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Amid the crush of patent-eligibility case law, see 35 U.S.C. §101, patent lawyers and even courts can lose sight of the ...
04/27/2020
Flaws in the Supreme Court’s §101 Precedent and Ways to Correct Them

Amid the crush of patent-eligibility case law, see 35 U.S.C. §101, patent lawyers and even courts can lose sight of the key principles and precedents that serve as the foundation of the eligibility analysis. Or they may not have appreciated in the first place the underlying bases for these §101 cases and whether, for example, those cases accord with precedents they cite from decades before. [ 7,252 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/27/flaws-supreme-courts-%c2%a7101-precedent/id=121038/

Amid the crush of patent-eligibility case law courts can lose sight of the principles and 101 precedent that serve as the foundation of eligibility analysis. Or they may not appreciate in the first place the underlying bases for these §101 cases and whether those cases accord with precedents cited ...

“While Spin Master’s strong defenses of its IP rights in the toy sector are notable, the increasing willingness of Chine...
04/27/2020
Canadian Toymaker Spin Master Scores Big Chinese Patent Victory

“While Spin Master’s strong defenses of its IP rights in the toy sector are notable, the increasing willingness of Chinese courts to vindicate the rights of foreign patent owners is doubtlessly the more significant aspect of this news.” On April 20, international IP firm Rouse announced the positive results of a patent infringement case brought in Chinese courts on behalf of Spin Master, a Canadian children’s toy and entertainment firm. [ 1,010 more word ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/27/spin-master-chinese-patent-damages-victory/id=120990/

On April 20, international IP firm Rouse announced the positive results of a patent infringement case brought in Chinese courts on behalf of Spin Master, a Canadian children’s toy and entertainment firm. The decision from the Suzhou Intermediate People’s Court found that defendant Guangzhou Ling...

“Our ancestors discovered long ago that mathematics is everywhere and that everything involves mathematics…. If we decla...
04/27/2020
The Long Reach of the Mathematics Patentability Exception is Overbroad and Absurd – Part 1

“Our ancestors discovered long ago that mathematics is everywhere and that everything involves mathematics…. If we declare mathematical concepts as ineligible subject matter, then everything would be ineligible.” The mathematics exception for subject matter eligibility is overbroad because it was improperly justified under the premise that mathematics is like a law of nature. This is absurd because mathematics is everywhere, and excepting mathematics means excepting virtually everything. [ 1,778 more word ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/27/long-reach-mathematics-patentability-exception-overbroad-absurd-part-1/id=120955/

The mathematics exception for subject matter eligibility is overbroad because it was improperly justified under the premise that mathematics is like a law of nature. This is absurd because mathematics is everywhere, and excepting mathematics means excepting virtually everything.

“As our lives have been turned upside down by the COVID-19 pandemic, this World IP Day we recognize more than ever that ...
04/26/2020
World IP Day and ‘The Sound of the Future’

“As our lives have been turned upside down by the COVID-19 pandemic, this World IP Day we recognize more than ever that investing in creativity, in innovation, and in the visionaries, has allowed us as a society to cope and fight back with unprecedented tools.” “I wanted to do an album with the sounds of the fifties, the sounds of the sixties, of the seventies. [ 728 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/26/world-ip-day-sound-future/id=120973/

Today, for the 20th year in a row, we celebrate World IP Day. As our lives have been turned upside down by the COVID-19 pandemic, we recognize more than ever that investing in creativity, in innovation, and in the visionaries has allowed us as a society to cope and fight back with unprecedented tool...

It’s World IP Day! This year, the day will not take place in the traditional fashion; there will be none of the usual pa...
04/26/2020
Celebrating World IP Day in a New World

It’s World IP Day! This year, the day will not take place in the traditional fashion; there will be none of the usual panels, receptions, gatherings or educational events that are organized annually to commemorate the holiday, which was launched in 2000 by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). While some remote panels will be held in lieu of the traditional affairs, there are decidedly fewer organizations participating this year. [ 1,311 more word ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/26/celebrating-world-ip-day-new-world/id=120980/

It’s World IP Day! This year, the day will not be celebrated in the traditional fashion; there will be none of the usual panels, receptions, gatherings or educational events that are organized annually to commemorate the holiday, which was launched in 2000 by the World Intellectual Property Organi...

Ambiguity inherent in functional claim terms may be resolved as to make the claim definite where a patent provides gener...
04/25/2020
Federal Circuit Vacates Invalidity Finding Regarding Nevro Spinal Cord Therapy Claims

Ambiguity inherent in functional claim terms may be resolved as to make the claim definite where a patent provides general guidelines and examples sufficient to enable a person of ordinary skill in the art to determine the scope of the claims, and definiteness does not require that a potential infringer be able to determine in advance if a particular act infringes the claims. [ 888 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/25/federal-circuit-vacates-invalidity-finding-regarding-nevro-spinal-cord-therapy-claims/id=120948/

The Federal Circuit recently vacated and remanded a district court’s grant of summary judgment invalidating Nevro Corp.'s patent claims, holding that “[t]he test for indefiniteness is "whether a claim ‘inform[s] those skilled in the art about the scope of the invention with reasonable certaint...

Bites (noun): more meaty news to sink your teeth into. Barks (noun): peripheral noise worth your attention. This week in...
04/24/2020
Other Barks & Bites for Friday, April 24: CJEU Issues Ruling on Trademark Law and 3D Shapes, Copyright Office Issues Proposed Rulemaking on MMA, INTA Files Brief in Jack Daniel’s Dog Toy Case

Bites (noun): more meaty news to sink your teeth into. Barks (noun): peripheral noise worth your attention. This week in Other Barks & Bites: the Supreme Court hands out a pair of IP decisions, holding that willfulness is not required for profits awards in all trademark cases and that institution decisions at the PTAB are not reviewable despite violations of the statutory one-year time bar; the CJEU clarifies EU trademark law regarding the registration of trademarks for products that are solely decorative; INTA asks the full Ninth Circuit to rehear… [ 1,818 more word ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/24/barks-bites-friday-april-24-cjeu-issues-ruling-trademark-law-3d-shapes-copyright-office-issues-proposed-rulemaking-mma-inta-files-brief-jack-daniels-dog-toy-case/id=120942/

This week in Other Barks & Bites: the Supreme Court hands out a pair of IP decisions, holding that willfulness is not required for profits awards in all trademark cases and that institution decisions at the PTAB are not reviewable; the CJEU clarifies EU trademark law on 3D shapes, an more.

“In addition to reasonable royalty damages, entities of no more than 500 employees may be entitled to costs and attorney...
04/24/2020
Suing for Patent Infringement if the Government Takes Your Intellectual Property During the COVID-19 Pandemic

“In addition to reasonable royalty damages, entities of no more than 500 employees may be entitled to costs and attorneys’ fees incurred in bringing a patent infringement action against the government unless the court finds that the position of the United States was substantially justified or that special circumstances make an award unjust.” As COVID-19 continues to rapidly sweep the globe, government agencies at all levels are taking measures to curb the spread of the virus. [ 988 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/24/suing-patent-infringement-government-takes-intellectual-property-covid-19-pandemic/id=120922/

As COVID-19 continues to rapidly sweep the globe, government agencies at all levels are taking measures to curb the spread of the virus. This, in turn, has led to concerns that the government may appropriate private intellectual property rights in order to combat the virus.

“ decision is very important, not only as it clears up a split among courts, but because a decision to the contrary woul...
04/23/2020
Trademark Bar Cheers for ‘Good News in a Gloomy Time’ with High Court’s Romag Fasteners Holding

“ decision is very important, not only as it clears up a split among courts, but because a decision to the contrary would have been a death charge to the cases of many trademark owners in an already often difficult litigation environment. Some good news from the Supreme Court in an otherwise gloomy time.” - Christian Liedtke, Acuminis In his… [ 1,448 more word ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/23/trademark-bar-cheers-for-good-news-in-a-gloomy-time-with-high-courts-romag-fasteners-holding/id=120909/

In his second foray into intellectual property law this week, Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch delivered the opinion for a unanimous Court today in Romag Fasteners v. Fossil Group Inc. Here is what members of the trademark bar had to say.

“By focusing the majority opinion on the broader inquiries of mental state and mens rea, it suggests a possible broadeni...
04/23/2020
Supreme Court’s Unanimous Decision in Romag Fasteners Resolves Split on Trademark Infringer’s Profits But Raises Questions

“By focusing the majority opinion on the broader inquiries of mental state and mens rea, it suggests a possible broadening of the relevant inquiry.” Circuits have long split over whether willfulness is required before a trademark infringer’s profits may be awarded. Section 1117(a) of the Lanham Act allows an award of profits “subject to principles of equity.” In Romag v. [ 749 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/23/supreme-courts-unanimous-decision-romag-fasteners-resolves-split-trademark-infringers-profits-raises-questions/id=120902/

The Supreme Court today reversed the Federal Circuit in Romag Fasteners v. Fossil, holding that “mental state” or “mens rea” is only a consideration for an award of the infringer’s profits, albeit an “important” or “highly important” consideration.

"Many in the patent community have championed the 2019 Section 101 Eligibility Guidelines and the so-called 'Iancu-effec...
04/23/2020
A Look at the Data: USPTO Chief Economist Analyzes Effects of 101 Guidance on Predictability in New Report

"Many in the patent community have championed the 2019 Section 101 Eligibility Guidelines and the so-called 'Iancu-effect,' referring to the Director’s various actions to restore predictability on Section 101. However, without the Federal Circuit and Supreme Court supporting those efforts, what do these results mean?” The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Chief Economist today released a report, “Adjusting to Alice: USPTO patent examination outcomes after… [ 749 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/23/look-data-uspto-chief-economist-analyzes-effects-101-guidance-predictability-new-report/id=120884/

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Chief Economist today released a report, “Adjusting to Alice: USPTO patent examination outcomes after Alice Corp v. CLS Bank International,” outlining the effect of recent USPTO actions on patent eligibility determinations in certain technolo...

“The CAFC noted that ‘a defendant can be deemed a prevailing party even if the case is dismissed on procedural grounds r...
04/23/2020
Federal Circuit Rejects District Court Interpretation of ‘Prevailing Parties’ Under Section 285

“The CAFC noted that ‘a defendant can be deemed a prevailing party even if the case is dismissed on procedural grounds rather than on the merits.’” On appeal from the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) held on April 21 that the district court erred in determining that DISH Network LLC and Sirius XM Radio Inc. [ 660 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/23/federal-circuit-rejects-district-court-interpretation-prevailing-parties-section-285/id=120875/

On appeal from the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware, the Federal Circuit (CAFC) held on April 21 that the district court erred in determining that DISH Network LLC and Sirius XM Radio Inc. were not prevailing parties for purposes of collecting attorneys’ fees under 35 U.S.C. § 285...

“Gorsuch’s dissent in Thryv draws together key threads of his judicial philosophy, and in particular his concern for sep...
04/22/2020
Justice Gorsuch Champions Patent Rights in Recent Dissent

“Gorsuch’s dissent in Thryv draws together key threads of his judicial philosophy, and in particular his concern for separation of powers and protection of courts’ Article III authority.” In an energetic dissent in Thryv, Inc. v. Click-to-Call Tech., LP, 590 U.S. __ (Apr. 20, 2020), U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch provides a compelling defense of patent rights, and he champions a patent owner’s ability to obtain judicial review of certain threshold administrative decisions from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). [ 1,165 more word ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/22/justice-gorsuch-champions-patent-rights-recent-dissent/id=120866/

In an energetic dissent in Thryv, Inc. v. Click-to-Call Tech., U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch provides a compelling defense of patent rights, and he champions a patent owner’s ability to obtain judicial review of certain threshold administrative decisions from the Patent Trial and Appeal ...

The traditional wisdom—that patent suits rise and fall with the economy—seems backward. With some data forthcoming on th...
04/22/2020
Patent Filings Roundup: Patent Suits Hold Steady in the Downturn

The traditional wisdom—that patent suits rise and fall with the economy—seems backward. With some data forthcoming on that point, both during the last downturn and this one, patent filings haven’t slowed much, if any. Last week, 22 Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) petitions were filed—one post grant review (PGR) and 21 inter partes reviews (IPRs)—just a few more than last week and down substantially now and on the year from the highs of a few years ago. [ 2,395 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/22/patent-filings-roundup-patent-suits-hold-steady-downturn/id=120862/

Last week, 22 Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) petitions were filed—one post grant review (PGR) and 21 inter partes reviews (IPRs)—just a few more than last week and down substantially now and on the year from the highs of a few years ago. But patent suits haven’t slowed, with 77 complaint...

“VoIP-Pal explained that district courts across the country still erroneously look to Bancorp to ‘circumvent formal clai...
04/22/2020
VoIP-Pal Implores Full CAFC to Review Whether a Rule 12 Motion Based on Section 101 Can Be Decided Before Claim Construction

“VoIP-Pal explained that district courts across the country still erroneously look to Bancorp to ‘circumvent formal claim construction in deciding Rule 12 eligibility motions” without regard for MyMail’s holding.’" Last week, VoIP-Pal.com, Inc. filed a combined petition for panel rehearing and rehearing en banc with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) asking for review of a Rule 36 judgment in… [ 879 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/22/voip-pal-implores-full-cafc-review-whether-rule-12-motion-based-section-101-can-decided-claim-construction/id=120855/

Last week, VoIP-Pal.com, Inc. filed a combined petition for panel rehearing and rehearing en banc with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) asking for review of a Rule 36 judgment in VoIP-Pal.Com, Inc. v. Twitter, Inc.

“What is good for the goose is good for the gander. If the PTAB is necessary to rid the world of patents, then let’s act...
04/21/2020
The Thryv Ruling Says the PTAB is Supreme—So Now Let’s Make it Fair

“What is good for the goose is good for the gander. If the PTAB is necessary to rid the world of patents, then let’s actually rid the world of bad patents, regardless of whether they were acquired by small and mid-size entities or whether they were acquired by large entities whether the petitioner with knowledge of patent examiner error possesses the $15,500 filing fee or not.” [ 1,264 more word ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/21/thryv-ruling-says-ptab-supreme-now-lets-make-fair/id=120846/

With the Supreme Court having ruled in Cuozzo that post grant challenges are constitutional, and then in Thryv v. Click-to-Call ruling that even they cannot provide even a modicum of oversight, the PTAB is the most important patent court in the United States.

“With the Federal Circuit holding in Arthrex that PTAB judges are not constitutionally appointed, the Supreme Court is g...
04/21/2020
Commenters Weigh in On Implications of High Court Ruling in Thryv v. Click-to-Call

“With the Federal Circuit holding in Arthrex that PTAB judges are not constitutionally appointed, the Supreme Court is giving those same judges ultimate power to make final decisions about whether a petition is timely filed? We need more consistency and predictability from our courts handling patent matters.” – Bob Stoll Yesterday’s Supreme Court decision in Thryv, Inc. v. Click-to-Call Technologies… [ 2,553 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/21/commenters-weigh-in-on-implications-of-high-court-ruling-in-thryv-v-click-to-call/id=120823/

Yesterday’s Supreme Court decision in Thryv, Inc. v. Click-to-Call Technologies was in some ways unsurprising, but has generated buzz among the patent community all the same.

“The CAFC noted that '[w]hile it is preferable for the Board to make explicit findings about each relevant DuPont factor...
04/21/2020
CAFC Affirms TTAB Decision Finding Likelihood of Confusion Between STRATUS and STRATA Marks

“The CAFC noted that '[w]hile it is preferable for the Board to make explicit findings about each relevant DuPont factor, the absence of explicit findings on a given factor does not give rise to reversible error where the record demonstrates that the Board considered that factor and the corresponding arguments and evidence.'” The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) affirmed a decision of the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) that denied registration of Stratus Networks, Inc.’s trademark (the STRATUS mark) on grounds of likelihood of confusion with UBTA-UBET Communication Inc.’s registered trademark (the STRATA mark). [ 801 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/04/21/cafc-affirms-ttab-decision-finding-likelihood-confusion-stratus-strata-marks/id=120808/

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) affirmed a decision of the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) that denied registration of Stratus Networks, Inc.’s trademark (the STRATUS mark) on grounds of likelihood of confusion with UBTA-UBET Communication Inc.’s registered trade...

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Dear all, Will any of the pending patent bills in Congress help inventors? Is there a website comparing the different bills?
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