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COSMOKEY SOLUTIONS GMBH & CO. KG V. DUO SECURITY LLC Before O’Malley, Reyna, and Stoll.  Appeal from the United States District Court for the... Read More »
In the recent Two-Way Media v. Comcast decision, the Federal Circuit affirmed a district court’s holding that evidence of non-obviousness was irrelevant to... Read More »
On October 16, 2017, the Federal Circuit affirmed the district court’s ruling that the claims in Secured Mail Solutions LLC, v. Universal Wilde, Inc... Read More »
Written by Marc Chatenay-Lapointe, Ph.D. and Agnes Juang, Ph.D. The recent district court ruling in INO Therapeutics LLC et al v. Praxair Distribution, Inc. et al ... Read More »
Courts have decided many recent Alice challenges based on whether the invention at hand is “physical” or not. Others determine patent-eligibility based on ... Read More »
Patent lawsuits often involve multiple patents and dozens of asserted patent claims. When asserting these claims lack patentable subject matter, it can be more... Read More »
Given the volume of district court decisions regarding Section 101, I typically don't find ones that stand out enough to warrant discussion. But last... Read More »
Patent attorneys are often asked the question: “Is my idea patentable?” Often the idea is related to software or business methods. Well-known business... Read More »
Curtis LeeMr. Kim: Do you think the drastic changes seen post-Alice with respect to software and business-method patents are an overall benefit to pure innovators and small business entities?
Oct 13, 2016
Alice is clear that inventions drawn to automating well-known concepts are not patent-eligible. However, this area of the law becomes a bit murky when the automated... Read More »
The Federal Circuit has released its long-awaited opinion in McRo v. Bandai, reversing the lower court’s decision that the claims were ineligible subject... Read More »
The second prong of the Alice test is commonly abbreviated as requiring an “inventive concept.” Of course, that same nomenclature is used by many... Read More »
A few weeks ago, we identified the 25 most litigated patents since 2010 and learned they were responsible for more than 6% of all patent suits in the country. As... Read More »
TAEKSUNG KIMGreat analysis. Peculiarly however, I have found that there are many issued data processing patents in the field of autonomous vehicles. Efforts for preoccupying patents?
Sep 8, 2016
Pedram SameniThis analysis is independent of prosecution data. While we believe Alice and IPR may have impacted filing strategies of some companies, they are not directly related. We plan to do another study in the near future covering the prosecution data.
Sep 8, 2016
It is axiomatic that the claims of a patent describe the invention, and for Alice challenges, define whether an invention is drawn to an abstract idea without an... Read More »