indefiniteness

Knowledge of Skilled Artisan Can Beat Patent Indefiniteness

Knowledge of a person of skill in the art was recently used to revive claims that had earlier been found indefinite under 35 U.S.C. § 112.  Delaware District Court Judge Leonard P. Stark granted a motion for reargument on the is… Read More

District Court Construes “Small Quantities” as a Definite Term

The term “small quantities of finely-divided liquid” was construed as being a definite term under §112, second paragraph, in the Markman order in Ecoservices, LLC v. Certified Aviation Services, LLC (CDCA; Docket CV 16-01824-… Read More

CAFC: Claim Reciting “Near” Displays of Data Not Indefinite

A patent claim that recited displaying one set of information “near” another set of information was not indefinite, the Federal Circuit has held in Mentor Graphics Corp. v. EVE-USA, Inc., Nos. 2015-1470, 2015-1554, 2015-1556 (… Read More

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