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General Skepticism Does Not Negate Motivation to Combine
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Surgeon’s skepticism of robot surgery doesn’t make robot surgeon patentable
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
Negative Claim Limitation Satisfied by Silence
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Claims to acne treatment “without” ingredient invalidated by reference that did not mention the ingredient
Parachute Patent Fails to Deploy
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Patent combining ballistic parachute and autopilot system found obvious
Apple Fails English Grammar Test at Federal Circuit
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The term “fields” requires more than one field
NARCAN® Nasal Spray Patents Ruled Obvious
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Negative statements in prior art and objective indicia did not negate obviousness
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
Admitted Prior Art Cannot Be “Basis” of IPR
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Descriptions of prior art contained in a challenged patent cannot form the basis of a ground for an inter partes review (IPR) but can be used in the IPR
Federal Circuit Remands Intel IPRs Back to USPTO
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Intel’s challenges to Qualcomm’s patents sent back to the USPTO to resolve claim interpretation and obviousness issues
General Skepticism Does Not Negate Motivation to Combine
|
Surgeon’s skepticism of robot surgery doesn’t make robot surgeon patentable
U.S. Patent Office Judges Don’t Have to Examine Substitute Claims
|
No obligation to volunteer unpatentability issues for a proposed substitute claim based on the prior art of record
Negative Claim Limitation Satisfied by Silence
|
Claims to acne treatment “without” ingredient invalidated by reference that did not mention the ingredient
Parachute Patent Fails to Deploy
|
Patent combining ballistic parachute and autopilot system found obvious
Apple Fails English Grammar Test at Federal Circuit
|
The term “fields” requires more than one field
NARCAN® Nasal Spray Patents Ruled Obvious
|
Negative statements in prior art and objective indicia did not negate obviousness
Federal Circuit Provides Guidance When Addressing $1 Billion Damage Award
|
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
Admitted Prior Art Cannot Be “Basis” of IPR
|
Descriptions of prior art contained in a challenged patent cannot form the basis of a ground for an inter partes review (IPR) but can be used in the IPR
Federal Circuit Remands Intel IPRs Back to USPTO
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Intel’s challenges to Qualcomm’s patents sent back to the USPTO to resolve claim interpretation and obviousness issues