I found at least 3 instances where the answer was a long word for word quote of a case holding, but differing by one or two words toward the end of the quote.
Nearly every Web user today relies on plug-in applications that add services such as streaming audio and video, advanced graphics and a variety of special purpose tools.Changes forced by the '906 patent will also have a permanent impact on millions of historically important Web pages. 29 October 2003 -- The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the global standard-setting body for the Web, has presented the United States Patent and Trademark Office with prior art establishing that US Patent No.5,838,906 (the '906 patent) is invalid and should therefore be re-examined in order to eliminate this unjustified impediment to the operation of the Web."The impact of this patent will be felt not only by those who are alleged to directly infringe, but all whose web pages and application rely on the stable, standards-based operation of browsers threatened by this patent.
In many cases, those who will be forced to incur the cost of modifying Web pages or software applications do not even themselves infringe the patent - assuming it is even valid." The decision to contact the USPTO directly was made by W3C's HTML Patent Advisory Group.Was going to purchase OMNI prep due to their guarantee, but it looks like most posters here are recommending PLI.If you are ready to part with your PLI materails that cover the most recent MPEP version 8, KSR etc., please contact me at 971-533-0193. Jean Marie Reply From the Forum: “Future test takers should be very deliberate in reading answers that appear to be quotes from the MPEP.The '906 patent will cause cascades of incompatibility to ripple through the Web. The material W3C presented in its Section 301 filing clearly establishes that the '906 patent is invalid.W3C believes that the Commissioner of the Patent and Trademark Office can and should order a re-examination of the '906 patent.Recent test takers indicate that the following “new” questions are in the USPTO’s database servicing the Prometric Patent Bar Exam.