Bonne explication de la différence entre “written description” et “enablement” en brevets

Voir l’article de All Things Pros qui réfère à un autre site: Intellectual Property Directions

Dont voici un extrait:

In effect the [Ariad v. Lilly] court said that a pure enabling description was like a bare bones cookbook recipe in which the how to make is included but you are never told what you are making! Take flour, sugar, shortening, leavening, and water, mix them until smooth, and bake for 1 hour at 325 degrees in a greased cake pan. You can follow the steps but it’s up to you to guess what it is you are serving. Without a written description you almost have to try it to find out if it’s a cake or a giant cookie.

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