Patent Claims to “Printed Circuit Board Configuration” Survive Alice Challenge

A Central District of California court denied a motion to dismiss claims of infringement of two patents directed to the arrangement of memory chips on a computer memory card, the defendant having alleged patent-ineligible subject… Read More

Pump for Monitoring and Controlling Delivery of Fluids to a Patient Held Patent-Eligible

A complaint alleging infringement of two patents directed to monitoring and controlling an infusion pump has survived a motion to dismiss based on an allegation of unpatentable subject matter under 35 U.S.C. § 101. Baxter Interna… Read More

Claims to Computer Readable Discount Coupons Held Patent-Ineligible

Patent claims for applying discounts to purchases to track customer purchasing habits based on computer readable discount coupons were held to recite patent-ineligible subject matter in Motivation Innovations, LLC v. Petsmart, Inc… Read More

Emergency Call Analysis Patent Claims Invalid Under Alice

Patent claims directed to an “emergency call analysis system” were held patent ineligible, and a motion to dismiss for failure to claim patent-eligible subject matter under 35 U.S.C. § 101 granted, in Boar’s Head Corp. v. D… Read More

When Is a (Software) Patent Claim Indefinite?

Patent drafters received a reminder to include terms in the specification as they will appear in the claims, and to make sure claim terms are adequately defined and understood, in Dunnhumby USA, LLC v. Emnos USA Corp., No. 13-CV-0… Read More