Secondary considerations of non-obviousness....Judge Stark; From his Cadence vs. Excela decision:
"...In evaluating obviousness, courts should consider evidence of non obviousness in the form of secondary considerations, as that "may often be the most probative and cogent evidence in the record" related to obviousness...
Citation..Stratoflex Inc. v. Aeroquip Corp., 713 F. 2d 1530, 1538 (Fed. Circ. 1983)
Here plaintiffs point to unexpected results, satisfaction of an unmet need, failure of others, commercial success, successful licensing, and praise of others as objective evidence of non obviousness..