CRANE et al. V. KARAS - Page 1

                          The opinion in support of the decision being                
                       entered today is not binding precedent of the Board.           
          Paper 25                                                                    
          Filed by:  Trial Section Merits Panel                                       
          Box Interference                        Entered                             
          Washington, D.C.  20231              30 June 2000                           
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                      UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE                       
                         BEFORE THE BOARD OF PATENT APPEALS                           
                                 AND INTERFERENCES                                    
                          ROBERT A CRANE, STEPHEN H. BROWN                            
                                and LORENZO de CAUL,                                  
                                    Junior Party,                                     
                                 (Patent 5,973,193),                                  
                                 LAWRENCE J. KARAS,                                   
                                    Senior Party                                      
                              (Application 09/061,678).                               
                           Patent Interference No. 104,516                            
          Before:  McKELVEY, Senior Administrative Patent Judge, and                  
          SCHAFER and LEE, Administrative Patent Judges.                              

          McKELVEY, Senior Administrative Patent Judge.                               

               Upon consideration of the record, it is                                
                    ORDERED that judgment is entered in favor of both                 
          parties on the ground that there is no interference-in-fact.                

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