Monthly Archives: December 2019

ITC decision reversed as Chamberlain disavowed openers lacking infrared detectors

Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd. et al. v. Int. Trade Comm., The Chamberlain Group, Inc. Docket Nos. 2018-2191 LOURIE, DYK, WALLACH December 12, 2019 Brief Summary: ITC claim construction and final determination of infringement reversed and vacated. Summary: Techtronic et al. … Continue reading

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DC grant of SJ of no literal or DOE infringement affirmed

Plastic Omnium Advanced Innovation and Research v. Donghee America, Inc. et al. Docket Nos. 2018-2087 NEWMAN, CLEVENGER, REYNA December 3, 2019 Brief Summary: DC grant of SJ of no literal infringement or under the DOE affirmed based on DC claim … Continue reading

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Appeal of IPR decision dismissed as litigation settled and “substantial risk of future infringement” not shown

Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Ltd. v. ResMed Ltd. Docket Nos. 2018-2262 (IPR2017-00504) November 27, 2019 Non-Precedential Order Brief Summary: ResMed’s motion to dismiss appeal of IPR decision after underlying litigation was settled granted because Fisher did “not provide[] any, let … Continue reading

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DC section 101 ineligibility decision reversed since the “the claimed invention is also directed to a non-abstract improvement”

Koninkijke KPN N.V. v. Gemalto, et al. and LG Electronics, Inc. Docket Nos. 2018-1863-65 DYK, CHEN, STOLL November 15, 2019 Brief Summary: DC finding of invalidity under § 101 reversed (claims “employs a new way of generating check data”). Summary: … Continue reading

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Remanded IPR decision reversed and vacated as “supported by…faulty reasoning”

In Re: IPR Licensing, Inc. Docket Nos. 2018-1805 (IPR2014-00525, IPR2015-00074) NEWMAN, O’MALLEY, TARANTO November 22, 2019 Brief Summary: Board remanded IPR decision reversed and vacated as “supported by the same faulty reasoning” as the first IPR decision. Summary: This appeal … Continue reading

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