No Technical Improvement Means No Patent-Eligibility

Here is a case illustrating a far from unusual scenario that also illustrates the morass of the current law of patent-eligibility under the Mayo/Alice test and 35 U.S.C. § 101. In NetSoc, LLC. v. Match Group, LLC, No. 3:18-CV-018… Read More

Covenants Not to Sue Trigger Patent Exhaustion

The interaction of the patent exhaustion doctrine and covenants not to sue was highlighted in a recent opinion from the District of Delaware in Purdue v. Collegium. The court denied Collegium’s motion to dismiss, which was premi… Read More