Why Wasn't In re Hubbell Hubble v. Hubbell? (PDF)
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In re Hubbell, opinion by Circuit Judge O'Malley for a panel that also consisted of Circuit Judge Wallach; dissenting opinion by Circuit Judge Newman), is a common-assignee double patenting case that, in my opinion and apparently in the opinion of Circuit Judge Newman, should have been a patent-application interference.
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