Many patent applicants and patent owners have struggled to determine the exact standards the USPTO and the Federal Circuit use to determine whether inventions are patentable after Alice. However, recent decisions by the Federal Circuit suggest that one of the strongest standards has been hiding in plain sight all along. DDR Holdings recognized that a […]
As mentioned in our previous post, the Federal Circuit has recently upheld a variety of “software” patents in the face of Alice challenges by accused infringers. This post gives a brief overview of the technology found to be patent eligible in the most influential post-Alice decisions. The earliest Federal Circuit case upholding a software patent […]
Here is the third webinar we did with LexisNexis, featuring myself and Gene Quinn of IPWatchdog. Enjoy!
Here is the second webinar we did with LexisNexis, featuring myself and Gene Quinn of IPWatchdog. Enjoy!
The Federal Circuit has upheld more patents in the face of Alice challenges in the last 6 months than in the 2 years following the Alice decision. This is a notable shift in the Federal Circuit’s application of Alice, and the US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) has taken notice. A series of USPTO memorandums […]