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Federal Circuit holds that due process is not violated when PTAB employs ‘surprise’ claim construction

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By John M. Rogitz

Federal Circuit demonstrates that even when you win at IPR you can still lose

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By John M. Rogitz

In precedential decision, Federal Circuit rules patent directed to encoding and decoding image data is not patent-eligible

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By John M. Rogitz

Federal Circuit limits breadth of claims based on definition in specification, prosecution history

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By John M. Rogitz

In precedential decision, Federal Circuit further clarifies what constitutes a covered business method patent for CBM review

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By John M. Rogitz

Federal Reserve Banks file for declaratory judgment in patent case

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By John M. Rogitz

Unwired Planet, LLC v Google, Inc

Intellectual Property Magazine
By John M. Rogitz

McRO v Bandai Nameco Games America Inc, et al

Intellectual Property Magazine
By John M. Rogitz

Supreme Court: Term ‘article of manufacture’ encompasses both a product sold to a consumer and a component of that product

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By John M. Rogitz

CAFC Judges invite en banc review of holding that PTAB decisions to initiate IPRs are unreviewable

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By John M. Rogitz

Federal Circuit holds software claims to be patent-eligible because they recite a technological solution to a technological problem

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By John M. Rogitz

District Court sua sponte raising dispositive issues not enough for case to be reassigned

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By John M. Rogitz

In non-precedential decision, CAFC says prevailing party can challenge claim construction

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By John M. Rogitz

In non-precedential decision, CAFC vacates district court grant of summary judgment

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By John M. Rogitz

Cuozzo Speed Technologies, LLC v Lee: Supreme Court of the US – 20 June 2016

Intellectual Property Magazine
By John M. Rogitz

In non-precedential decision CAFC reverses PTAB finding of obviousness in reexamination

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By John M. Rogitz

Federal Circuit affirms Apple iPhone patent victory over GPNE

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By John M. Rogitz

Federal Circuit rules claims defining information-based result are patent ineligible

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By John M. Rogitz

Using a European technical effect approach to software patent-eligibility

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By John M. Rogitz

Using narrow claim breadth as a sign of software patent-eligibility

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By John M. Rogitz

Immersion Corp v. HTC Corp: CAFC affirms filing continuation on day parent issues

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By John M. Rogitz

Should the attorney-client privilege be extended to the relationship between a patentee and their non-attorney patent agent? John M Rogitz investigates

Intellectual Property Magazine

Following a significant CAFC verdict, John M Rogitz discusses whether a document posted on a website qualifies as prior art.

Intellectual Property Magazine

Is it a violation of due process to have the same body investigate and adjudicate on a case? John M Rogitz investigates with reference to Ethicon.

Intellectual Property Magazine

In a precedent-setting case, John M Rogitz discusses constitutionality issues surrounding the inter partes review process at the USPTO.

Intellectual Property Magazine

The key take away point from this significant case is when drafting patent applications, it is best to avoid superfluous statements.Intellectual Property Magazine

Intellectual Property Magazine

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