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Federal Circuit Affirms Preliminary Injunction
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MACOM obtained a preliminary injunction against Infineon in district court. The injunction declared Infineon's termination of an agreement was ineffective and ordered Infineon to comply with that agreement. On appeal, the Court affirmed in part ...


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Berkheimer v. HP: Federal Circuit says patent eligibility a factual determination inappropriate for summary judgment
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Berkheimer v. HP: Federal Circuit says patent eligibility a factual determination inappropriate for summary Last week the Federal Circuit reached a potentially momentous decision in Berkheimer v. HP Inc., (Fed. Cir. Feb. 8, 2018) (Before Moore, Taranto ...
Skilled in the Art: Getting Ready for 'Alice Part II - The Reckoning'Law.com

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Federal Circuit Upholds Thales Motion Tracking Patent Asserted against US Government for Second Time
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Federal Circuit Upholds Thales Motion Tracking Patent Asserted against U.S. Government In recent years, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has not shown itself to be an appellate venue which has been friendly to U.S. patent owners. However, a ...

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JD Supra (press release)

Patent Term Adjustment: Lessons Learned from the Federal Circuit Decision in Actelion v. Matal
JD Supra (press release)
To some, an additional day (or even five) of PTA may not justify litigating up to the Federal Circuit. However, the '675 patent includes ACT-334441, or cenerimod, which is presently in the clinic for the treatment of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE ...


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CAFC affirms PTA calculation because patentee did not properly request early national stage examination
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The Federal Circuit affirmed a district court decision granting summary judgment in favor of the Patent and Trademark Office regarding Actelion's patent term adjustment. Under 35 U.S.C. § 154, patent terms can be adjusted to account for undue delays in ...


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$48 Million Willful Infringement Award Vacated by Federal Circuit
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Exmark Manufacturing was awarded $24 million in compensatory damages after a jury found that Briggs and Stratton infringed Exmark's patent on a lawn mower with improved flow control baffles. The award was doubled by the court, after a finding that ...


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Distribution Agreement Considered a Commercial Offer and On-Sale Bar
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Hospira asserted patent invalidity. The district court held that the patents were neither invalid nor infringed, and both parties appealed. The Federal Circuit affirmed the court's finding of non-infringement. It reversed the finding that the ...


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A Surreal Endeavor: Asserting Patent Rights in the US
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Spending hundreds of thousands of dollars (or more) to fight at the PTAB simply to confirm issued patent claims is pushing many patentees out of the enforcement market. With such oppressive legal hurdles and costs, what good is a patent? For many, it ...


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ABA asks Federal Circuit to reverse panel's decision awarding lawyer fees in patent appeal cases
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Lawyer fees rule: No win no fee CHICAGO, Jan. 23, 2018 — The American Bar Association filed an amicus brief today with the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, arguing that a provision of U.S. patent law does not give the government ...
Network-1 Technologies (NTIP) Says Federal Circuit Ruled in its Favor Related to Challenge by Google and YouTubeStreetInsider.com
USPTO Defends Fed. Circ. Patent Test At High CourtLaw360

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ABA urges Federal Circuit not to include attorney fees in patent case 'expenses'
ABA Journal
NantKwest, a biotechnology company, invoked its right under patent law to appeal a PTO decision to federal district court. Under federal law, this requires it to pay for “all expenses of the proceedings.” For nearly 200 years, the ABA brief says ...
Federal Circuit Rules in Favor of Network-1Markets Insider
Lack of Signature on Assignment Declaration Nixes Standing for Patent Co-OwnersIPWatchdog.com

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