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ITC’s review of an ALJ’s order was not procedurally sound
By Mengyi Wang – Edited by Sarah O’Loughlin

The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit unanimously vacated and remanded a decision of the International Trade Commission (“ITC”), finding that the ITC exceeded its authority in reviewing an administrative law judge’s (“ALJ”) order denying a motion for termination. In so holding, the Court rejected the ITC’s attempt to characterize the ALJ’s decision as an initial determination, which would be subject to review.


Posted On Jul - 28 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Federal Circuit Grants Stay of Patent Infringement Litigation Until PTAB Can Complete a Post-Grant Review

By Kyle Pietari – Edited by Insue Kim

Reversing the district court’s decision, the Federal Circuit granted a stay of patent infringement litigation proceedings until the PTAB can complete a post-grant patent validity review. This was the court’s first ruling on a stay when the suit and review process were happening concurrently.


Posted On Jul - 22 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST


Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Patrick Gutierrez

Senate passes bill to make cell phone unlocking legal

ABA urges lawyers to stop pursuing file sharing lawsuits

FBI cautions that driverless cars may be used to assist criminal behavior


Posted On Jul - 21 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Federal Circuit Flash Digest: News in Brief 

By Amanda Liverzani

Dismissal of Trademark Registration Opposition Affirmed Despite Pronunciation Error

Non-Infringement of Cellular Network Patents Affirmed

Federal Circuit Finds it Lacks Subject-Matter Appellate Jurisdiction Over Patent Infringement Case

Posted On Jul - 21 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Specification Disavowal Limits Claim Scope of Host Patents

By Mengyi Wang – Edited by Suzanne Van Arsdale

The Federal Circuit unanimously affirmed a decision of the International Trade Commission, which had held that Intel Corporation and other intervenors did not violate 19 U.S.C. § 1337 because Intel’s products were not covered by X2Y Attenuators, LLC’s patents. X2Y Attenuators, LLC v. Int’l Trade Comm’n, slip op. at 2. While the language of the claims encompassed the accused products, the Federal Circuit affirmed the ITC’s narrow claim construction based on specification disavowal.


Posted On Jul - 15 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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