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New CAFC Standard Elevates Importance of Sound Claims


New CAFC Standard Elevates Importance of Sound Claims

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The importance of sound claims in a patent application is well understood, but a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in a patent infringement case underscores the need to ensure that a patent’s claims are in final, defensible condition at the time of the initial application.

PatentAdvisor Reveals Immediate Fallout from Alice Ruling

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In a previous Reed Tech IP Solutions blog post, we discussed the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 2014 ruling in Alice v. CLS Bank, which found “abstract ideas” to be unpatentable subject matter under 35 U.S.C. Section 101. As we noted at the time, the Alice decision may impact many pending patent applications and previously allowed […]

Court Ruling on Legal Fees May Stem the ‘Patent Troll’ Tide

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Is someone else profiting off your patented idea? If you are considering legal action, you may want to make sure your patent infringement case is backed by solid data, including prior art research and patent litigation research, as a new court ruling now gives judges wider latitude to discourage “frivolous” patent lawsuits. The Supreme Court of the United […]

Will Alice Ruling Make Patent Prosecution Tougher and More Expensive?

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The process of translating an existing idea, method, or task into a piece of computer software is not, in and of itself, a valid basis for a patent, the Supreme Court of the United States has ruled in a decision that has clear ramifications for anyone in the midst of patent prosecution for either software or other […]