Adverse Decisions in Interference In the designated interferences involving the following patents, final decisions have been rendered that the respective patentees are not entitled to patents containing the claims listed. Patent No. 5,388,154, William Solomon, ALPHABETIC TELEPHONE DIALER APPARATUS AND METHOD, Interference No. 103,790, final judgment adverse to the patentee rendered February 24, 2000, as to claims 1-15. Patent No. 5,347,381, Tokihiko Shinomiya, Tsugiko Taniguchi, Tomoaki, Kenichi Nakagawa, FERROELECTRIC LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY DEVICE WITH MOLECULES BETWEEN HAIRPIN AND LIGHTNING DEFECTS FOLLOWING THE LIGHTING DEFECTS, Interference No. 104,097, final judgment adverse to the patentees rendered April 14, 2000, as to claims 1, 2 and 4. Patent No. 5,786,357, James W. Young, Steven Brandt, METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR TREATING SLEEP DISORDERS, CONVULSIVE SEIZURES AND OTHER DISORDERS USING OPTICALLY PURE (Ěpl) ZOPICLONE, Interference No. 104,423, final judgment adverse to the patentees rendered August 18, 2000, as to claims 1-7, and 15-22.