Berkheimer Stops Patent-Eligibility Motion at Pleading Stage

Saying that a defendant’s patent-eligibility challenge raised questions of fact under Berkheimer v. HP Inc. (Fed. Cir. 2018), a District Court has denied a motion for judgment on the pleadings under FRCP 12(c) concerning U.S. P… Read More

“At Least One of” Ex Parte Opinion Designated as Informative by PTAB

The PTAB interpreted claim language in the form of “at least one of A and B” to mean at least one of A and at least one of B in Ex parte Dong-Shin Jung et al. (Appeal No. 2016/008290, designated Informative on July 10, 2018).… Read More

Non-Patented Features and the Entire Market Value Rule

Evidence that a patented feature drives customer demand is insufficient to justify damages under the entire market value rule (EMVR) when non-patented features may drive customer demand. Power Integrations, No. 2017-1875 (Fed. Cir… Read More

Does Presumption of Patent Validity Extend to Eligibility?

A plaintiff seeking to enforce patents claiming automated methods for uploading multimedia content was ordered to pay defendants’ attorney fees based on a finding of an “exceptional case” under U.S.C. § 285.  Cellspin Soft… Read More