Chino, CA asked in Patents (Intellectual Property) for California

Q: Good morning, I am researching the patent for Cookie Break Cookies by Nabisco. They changed the receipe.

I found that P&G sued them over the patent for Soft Baked cookies and I'm wondering if this lead them to revamp their receipes to avoid further litigation.

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Kevin E. Flynn
Kevin E. Flynn
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A: I am sorry, all that Justia passed along was three statements. I did not see a question.

1) Good morning, I am researching the patent for Cookie Break Cookies by Nabisco.

2) They changed the receipe.

3) I found that P&G sued them over the patent for Soft Baked cookies and I'm wondering if this lead them to revamp their receipes to avoid further litigation.

It is not clear what your question is. If you found an article about P&G asserting a patent on cookies, ideally that article should list the patent or you can find the patent by using search tools in http://bit.ly/Patent_Searching .

I do not know of a way to know the recipe used by Nabisco for their cookies unless Nabisco has submitted a patent application on this recipe and that patent application has been published.

I hope that this helps.

Kevin E Flynn

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