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Microsoft Must Pay Individual Inventor Reasonable Royalty “And” Interest
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The word “and” in claim was construed as meaning “and/or”
Dismissal of Declaratory Judgment Action Incomplete
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District Court needed to provide further explanation for dismissal of complaint against mobile banking patents
Unusual Finding Vacates IPR After Federal Circuit Affirmance
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“Typically, cases are not terminated on remand after the merits have been affirmed.”
Providing Notice of Infringement Can Create Personal Jurisdiction
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Amplifying allegations of infringement results in litigation in accused infringer's home forum
General Skepticism Does Not Negate Motivation to Combine
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Surgeon’s skepticism of robot surgery doesn’t make robot surgeon patentable
Opinion of Counsel Could Save $4 Million
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Attorney’s confusion about technical jargon should not have negated reliance on the substance of the opinion
Disclaimer Argument Built With Expert Testimony Falls Apart
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Nintendo fails to show disclaimer beyond “audio or higher frequency” signals
Claims Reciting “Code,” “Application,” and “System” Avoid Means-Plus-Function Treatment
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Testimony weighs in favor of presumption that terms are not governed under 35 U.S.C. § 112, ¶6
U.S. Patent Office Judges Don’t Have to Examine Substitute Claims
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No obligation to volunteer unpatentability issues for a proposed substitute claim based on the prior art of record
Patent-Specific Venue Statute Limited to Defendant Named in Complaint
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Counterclaim defendant could not invoke protections of 28 U.S.C. § 1400(b)
Microsoft Must Pay Individual Inventor Reasonable Royalty “And” Interest
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The word “and” in claim was construed as meaning “and/or”
Dismissal of Declaratory Judgment Action Incomplete
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District Court needed to provide further explanation for dismissal of complaint against mobile banking patents
Unusual Finding Vacates IPR After Federal Circuit Affirmance
|
“Typically, cases are not terminated on remand after the merits have been affirmed.”
Providing Notice of Infringement Can Create Personal Jurisdiction
|
Amplifying allegations of infringement results in litigation in accused infringer's home forum
General Skepticism Does Not Negate Motivation to Combine
|
Surgeon’s skepticism of robot surgery doesn’t make robot surgeon patentable
Opinion of Counsel Could Save $4 Million
|
Attorney’s confusion about technical jargon should not have negated reliance on the substance of the opinion
Disclaimer Argument Built With Expert Testimony Falls Apart
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Nintendo fails to show disclaimer beyond “audio or higher frequency” signals
Claims Reciting “Code,” “Application,” and “System” Avoid Means-Plus-Function Treatment
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Testimony weighs in favor of presumption that terms are not governed under 35 U.S.C. § 112, ¶6
U.S. Patent Office Judges Don’t Have to Examine Substitute Claims
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No obligation to volunteer unpatentability issues for a proposed substitute claim based on the prior art of record
Patent-Specific Venue Statute Limited to Defendant Named in Complaint
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Counterclaim defendant could not invoke protections of 28 U.S.C. § 1400(b)