The United States Patent Office issued a final rule on the receipt date of patent correspondence officially submitted electronically using the Patent Office electronic filing system.
The NCAA issued a strong signal Friday on how NIL and recruitment-related violations will be investigated and sanctioned in the “NIL era.”
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In LG Electronics Inc. v. Immervision, Inc.,the Federal Circuit held that an obvious error in a prior art reference was not considered a teaching.
In In re McDonald, the Federal Circuit held that the recapture rule prevented reissue claims from including features deliberately relinquished in response to a patent eligibility rejection.
In Genuine Enabling Technology LLC v. Nintendo Co., Ltd.,the Federal Circuit held that statements made during prosecution—to distinguish the prior art on the ground that it taught slow-varying signals whereas the invention utilized audio or higher-frequency signals—only clearly ...
In Konda v. Flex Logix Technologies, Inc., the Federal Circuit held that a provisional application incorporated by reference in a Patent Cooperation Treaty application was prior art against the later filed claims of the U.S. patent application when the provisional application failed to provide ...
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued updated interim guidance on when the Patent Trial and Appeal Board may deny review of patents based on parallel litigation.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued updated guidance on acceptable uses of applicant admitted prior art in inter partes review proceedings under 35 U.S.C. § 311.
In VDPP LLC v. Vizio, Inc., the Federal Circuit held that the claim terms “processor” and “storage” were not considered to be drafted in means-plus-function format and, therefore, were not subject to interpretation under 35 U.S.C. § 112(f).