Kroczek v Tamatani et al. - Page 1
Filed by: Inteference Trial Section
Merits Panel Entered: June 21, 2005
Mail Stop Interference
P.O. Box 1450
Alexandria Va 22313-1450
UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE
BEFORE THE BOARD OF PATENT APPEALS AND INTERFERENCES
(Applications 09/509,283, 09/823,307, and 09/972,524),
TAKUYA TAMATANI and KATSUNARI TEZUKA
(Applications 09/383,551, 09/561,308, and 10/301,056).
Patent Interference No. 105,168
JUDGMENT - Bd.R. 127(b)
Before, SCHAFER, TORCZON, and NAGUMO, Administrative Patent Judges.1
SCHAFER, Administrative Patent Judge.
Tamatani has filed a paper abandoning the contest as to the subject matter of Count 2. Paper
141. Kroczek has filed a paper abandoning the contest as to the subject matter of Count 3. Paper
143. The abandonment of the contest is construed to be a request for entry of an adverse judgment.
37 CFR § 41.127(b)(4). Accordingly, it is
As part of Board efforts under the Government Paperwork Elimination Act, signatures on papers
originating from the Board are being phased out in favor of a completely electronic record. Consequently, subsequent
papers in this case originating at the Board will not have signatures. The signature requirements for the parties have not
changed. See, e.g., 37 C.F.R. § 10.18.
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