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Promises Made, Promises Not Kept: Even an Implied License Requires Compliance With Its Terms

BITMANAGEMENT SOFTWARE GMBH v. UNITED STATES Before NEWMAN, DYK, and O’MALLEY, Circuit Judges.  Appeal from the United States Court of Federal Claims. Summary: The U.S...

Collateral Estoppel in AIA Trial Proceedings

Inconsistency Across Related Cases is Precluded When challenging related patents at the Patent Trial & Appeal Board (PTAB), it is not uncommon to present similar grounds of...

Patexia Insight 100: Patents Down in 2020 and the downtrend May Continue

Last year we wrote about the impact of the pandemic on the US patent activity and the patent prosecution practice (Patexia Insight 79). We estimated a drop of 2 to 4 percent in the...

Fresh From the Bench: Latest Federal Circuit Court Cases

CASE OF THE WEEK John Bean Technologies Corporation v. Morris & Associates, Inc., Appeal Nos. 2020-1090, -1148 (Fed. Cir. Feb. 19, 2021) Our Case of the Week this week focuses on ...

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Federal Circuit Summary   Before Judges Reyna, Bryson, and Stoll. Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Delaware... Read More »
A computer and technology policy is an important part of protecting and managing intellectual property.  A business should consider establishing a policy that... Read More »
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 »
Intel spent three days last week trying to convince the world it still needed PCs. The PC industry hoped the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco would reinvent... Read More »
Quantum entanglement may be synonymous most quantum-technologies, but research lead by the National University of Singapore (NUS) hopes to change that. Collaborating... Read More »
Computer-designed proteins are under construction to battle the flu.  Researchers at the University of Washington are demonstrating that proteins found in... Read More »
Scientists have taken an important step forward in developing a new material using nano-sized magnets that could ultimately lead to new types of electronic devices... Read More »
The surprising discovery of a new way to change thermal conductivity – a basic property generally considered fixed for any specific material – gives... Read More »
Back in the day, the United States – when it came to the automotive industry – was in the driver's seat.   But this is no longer the... Read More »
It’s official -- two of the most powerful people in tech are women. Perhaps more interestingly, they’re also bitter rivals. As of January 1, 2012, Ginni... Read More »
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