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GluTact IP 2

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Matthew Poplawski

on 15 April 2014

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Transcript of GluTact IP 2

Questons for Counsel
Specifies annualar
shape of electrode
Covers the contact lens that includes antenna, wireless power harvesating, biosensor,
and communications module
Patent Claims
Patent Strategy
Application US20120245444
Product & IP Risks

What are the advantages of Continuation-In-Part (CIP) patent application?

What effect may government rights have on ability to litigate infringement? ("Grant the federal gov't license to
have practiced on its behalf throughout the world
A Contact lens
A Bood glucose monitor
Wirelessly powered
(no battery)
Wireless communication
Freedom to operate gained by building on inventor's prior work

Many element in primary claim differentiating from prior art:

Specific enough to avoid anticipation from prior art

But broad enough to describe a new platform technology
Provisionally Filed Nov. 18, 2011
Application is Continuation-In-Part (CIP)
Substantially same specification of parent application with additional disclosure
Cross-references '038 and '104 in entirety
Encompass fluidic self-assembly and micro-fabrication
Specifies plurality of concentric rings in electrodes
Specifies relative placement of multiple electrodes
Specifies materials used in electrodes (Pd, Ti, Pt)
Specifies backscatter comunication
Covers the contact lens that includes antenna, wireless power harvesting, biosensor, and
LED module
Covers the contact lens that includes antenna,
photovoltaic (PV) power source
, biosensor, and communications module
Prior Art
J&J filed '187 on February 20, 2009.

"Energized biomedical device"

Independent claim: "Method of forming a contact lens by depositing an energy receptor between two molds"
Analysis of Prior Art
'187 sole independent claim describes cast molding methodology used to create lens

GluTact uses photolithography and metal deposition on pre-created lens

Thus GluTact does not infringe '187
Product Risks
R: Design and calibration of sensor

C: Negligence based on defective design

M: Research and product testing
R: Injury due to power absorption less than IEEE C95 recommended levels

C: Negligence based on defective design

M: Conduct applicable clinical trials to confirm C95 levels
R: Sensor alters Rx and does not correct vision

C: Negligence based on defective design

M: Testing impact of maleability of lens after metal deposition
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