NEWMAN v. QUIGG

No. 88-1312.

877 F.2d 1575 (1989)

Joseph W. NEWMAN, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Donald J. QUIGG, Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks, Defendant-Appellee.

United States Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit.

July 5, 1989.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Joseph W. Newman, Lucedale, Miss., argued pro se.

Fred E. McKelvey, Office of the Sol., Arlington, Va., argued for defendant-appellee.

Before MARKEY, Chief Judge, NEWMAN and MAYER, Circuit Judges.


PAULINE NEWMAN, Circuit Judge.

Joseph W. Newman, pro se, appeals the judgment of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, holding unpatentable the invention claimed in Mr. Newman's patent application Serial No. 179,474 entitled "Energy Generation System Having Higher Energy Output Than Input". Newman v. Quigg, 681 F.Supp. 16, 5 USPQ2d 1880 (D.D.C.1988...

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