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Federal Circuit Panel Blesses BRI Standard for Claim Construction at PTAB But Another Panel May Not

By Tom Engellenner The Cuozzo v. Garmin case, discussed in our blog in January, has been decided in favor of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). A divided panel decided 2-1 to uphold the USPTO’s claim construction standard used … Continue reading

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Does the Broadest Reasonable Interpretation Standard Make Sense?

By Tom Engellenner Two of the earliest challenges to patents under the new post grant proceedings established by the America Invents Act (AIA) are now on appeal to the Court of the Appeals for the Federal Circuit and both appeals … Continue reading

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