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Federal Circuit affirms PTAB Mixed Decision in Acceleration Bay v. Activision Blizzard

“Acceleration’s poor claim drafting will not be an excuse for it to infuse confusion into its claim scope,” wrote Decide Moore. “We see no beneficial purpose...

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Federal Circuit Decision Erases $234 million Damages Awarded to WARF – IPWatchdog.com

The Federal Circuit lately issued a ruling reversing the district courtroom’s denial of Apple Inc.’s (“Apple”) movement for judgment as a matter of regulation...

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Federal Circuit Affirms PTAB Invalidation of Claims Previously Held Valid

America Courtroom of Appeals for the Federal Circuit just lately affirmed a choice by the Patent Trial and Attraction Board (Board) in an inter partesreview...

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No Interference-in-Fact for CRISPR-Cas9 Technology

The Federal Circuit just lately weighed in on an interference continuing between the College of California (“UC”) and the Broad Institute over using CRISPR...