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Victory in Doubt After Federal Circuit Win
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UMass wins reversal of indefiniteness ruling based on claim construction advanced by opponent
Microsoft Must Pay Individual Inventor Reasonable Royalty “And” Interest
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The word “and” in claim was construed as meaning “and/or”
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
Apple Fails English Grammar Test at Federal Circuit
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The term “fields” requires more than one field
Federal Circuit Provides Guidance When Addressing $1 Billion Damage Award
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Positions advanced by Caltech, Apple, and Broadcom altered the scope of IPR estoppel and could have had a dramatic effect on patent eligibility and damages computations
Lidar Patent Upheld
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Competitor could not convince PTAB to invalidate patent
Computer-Aided-Design Patent Claims Ruled Definite
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Patent’s specification and amendment suggested by patent examiner save claims from district court’s holding of indefiniteness
Federal Circuit Disqualifies Expert Witness
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Lack of experience with powered nailer design precludes testimony from the perspective of a person of ordinary skill in the art
Federal Circuit Shoots Down District Court’s Claim Construction
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Claim requiring removal of element can include that same element in infringing product
Victory in Doubt After Federal Circuit Win
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UMass wins reversal of indefiniteness ruling based on claim construction advanced by opponent
Microsoft Must Pay Individual Inventor Reasonable Royalty “And” Interest
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The word “and” in claim was construed as meaning “and/or”
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
Apple Fails English Grammar Test at Federal Circuit
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The term “fields” requires more than one field
Federal Circuit Provides Guidance When Addressing $1 Billion Damage Award
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Positions advanced by Caltech, Apple, and Broadcom altered the scope of IPR estoppel and could have had a dramatic effect on patent eligibility and damages computations
Lidar Patent Upheld
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Competitor could not convince PTAB to invalidate patent
Computer-Aided-Design Patent Claims Ruled Definite
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Patent’s specification and amendment suggested by patent examiner save claims from district court’s holding of indefiniteness
Federal Circuit Disqualifies Expert Witness
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Lack of experience with powered nailer design precludes testimony from the perspective of a person of ordinary skill in the art
Federal Circuit Shoots Down District Court’s Claim Construction
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Claim requiring removal of element can include that same element in infringing product