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One of the thornier issues in patent litigation is assessing patent invalidity for obviousness by applying 35 U.S.C. §103. In the landmark case of Graham v. John Deere Co. (1966), the U.S. Supreme Court identified several factual inquiries underlying the legal question of patent invalidity based on obviousness:

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