Case Comment

The King v.
American Optical Co.

citation(s): (1950) 13 C.P.R. 87 (per Thorson, P.)

copyright 1997 Donald M. Cameron, Aird & Berlis




The Decision

At p.110:

"Under the circumstances, I am of the view that the disclosures in the specification are sufficient and that the inventor has adequately described his invention. I am satisfied that any person skilled in the art could, with only the specification, put the invention to as successful a use as the inventor could himself."


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