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The district court imposed a fee-shifting sanction as a condition of permitting AntiCancer to supplement the Preliminary Infringement Contentions that the district court found defective under Patent Local Rule The district court issued an Order that would have allowed…

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The Federal Circuit per Judge Newman and with Chief Judge Prost and Judge Hughes found that the Federal Circuit lacked jurisdiction to hear the appeal from a decision to remand the case back to State court citing U S…

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In Novartis this Federal Circuit panel opinion by Judge Taranto joined by Judges Newman and Dyk ruled that the second exclusion from PTA in the B period portion i e U S C b B ii excludes from PTA…

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In a non-precedential opinion issued October the Federal Circuit decision calls into question the overall utility of forum selection clauses in contractual relationships In fact Eli Lilly lost its bid to have its dispute with Genentech and City of…

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The en banc Federal Circuit on September heard oral argument on whether to overrule its en banc decision in Cybor Corp v FAS Technologies Inc F d Fed Cir and hold that claim construction can involve issues of fact…

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Earlier today the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit issued it latest decision in Soverain Software LLC v Newegg Inc Fed Cir September This latest decision was necessitated by the limited grant of rehearing ordered on…

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All the Judges rely on the same Supreme Court precedents in Gottschalk v Benson Parker v Flook Diamond v Diehr Bilski v Kappos and Mayo v Prometheus All the Judges recognize the same judicial exception to statutory subject matter…

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Perpetuating the myth that the computer is where the magic lies does nothing other than ignore reality Software is what makes everything happen or crying out loud software drives a multitude of machines Maybe the auto mechanic for Judges…

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The only thing we know is this the Federal Circuit issued an extraordinarily brief per curiam decision which stated Upon consideration en banc a majority of the court affirms the district court s holding that the asserted method and…

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Hubbell argued that obviousness-type double patenting is not appropriate where the application and the conflicting claim share common inventors but do not have identical inventive entities were never commonly owned and are not subject to a joint research agreement…

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BB B initially moved to dismiss Hall s complaint in accordance with Federal Rule of Civil Procedure b failure to state a claim on which relief can be granted The district court granted the dismissal of the complaint In…

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Recently the Federal Circuit sitting en banc denied Nokia s petition for rehearing The Federal Circuit decision is nevertheless interesting for its treatment of Section s domestic industry requirement as it is applied to NPEs Under U S C…

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