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Contract manufacturing is a commercial transaction for purpose of “on-sale” bar

USA - August 27 2015 Addressing the application of the on-sale bar under § 102(b), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit found that the claims of an asserted…


Empowering customers to sell an exonerated accused product

USA - July 29 2015 In a decision that expands a customer’s right to defend itself under the Kessler doctrine, the Federal Circuit clarified that a customer is not…


No attorneys’ fee award based on dismissed counterclaim

USA - June 30 2015 In an appeal between two parties to a contract for marketing and selling Defendant’s Accounting practices in various states, the U.S. Court of…


What was old is new again for means + function claim elements

USA - June 30 2015 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, sitting en banc for the limited purpose of revisiting when claims invoke the means-plus-function…

Co-authors: Paul Devinsky.


What was old is new again for means + function claim elements

USA - June 18 2015 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, sitting en banc court for the limited purpose of revisiting when claims invoke the…

Co-authors: Paul Devinsky.

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