patent-ineligible

Judge Gilstrap Invalidates Imaging Patent Claims under Alice

 In Image Processing Technologies, LLC v. Samsung Electronics Co., et al., (E. D. Texas, October 24, 2017) Judge Gilstrap applied the two-step Alice patent-eligibility analysis and granted Samsung’s Motion for Partial Summary J… Read More

Patent Claim Length Doesn’t Save Patent-Eligibility

Unsurprisingly, claims in a patent whose title described “disseminating product information via the internet using universal product codes” were found to be patent-ineligible under 35 U.S.C. § 101 and the Mayo/Alice abstract… Read More

Data Back-Up Claims Held Patent-Ineligible under Alice

In a clear demonstration that patent-eligibility and novelty go hand-in-hand – despite some courts’ denial of this reality – a court has held that claims directed to “remote mirroring of digital data” are patent-ineligib… Read More

Some Business Methods Are Routinely Found Patent-Ineligible

A Federal Circuit panel needed one line to agree that a claims in a business method patent were patent-ineligible under Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank Corp. and 35 U.S.C. § 101.  In America’s Collectible Network, Inc. v. The Jewelry… Read More