Posts Tagged: US Patent No. 5787449


Hungar would go on to say that the clear and convincing standard "makes no sense," which nearly immediately drew the first comment from the bench with Justice Ginsburg saying that it would be difficult to say the standard makes …

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At the end of December, we learned that Microsoft had petitioned the PTO Director to order reexamination of the ‘449, and this morning that petition has been released to the public. It shows that Microsoft’s chances at the Patent …

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Earlier today the United States Supreme Court granted certiorari in Microsoft Corporation v. i4i Limited Partnership, with Chief Justice John Roberts taking no part in the decision or petition. This comes only days after the United States Patent …

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I don’t know why Microsoft didn’t present all the prior art in the Texas case sooner, and I can't explain why they might have wanted to wait until after asking the Supreme Court to take the appeal …

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Earlier this week i4i Limited Partnership announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office confirmed the patentability of all claims of the U.S. Patent 5,787,449. The ‘449 patent was being reexamined by the USPTO at the request of …

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