This morning the Federal Circuit released one nonprecedential opinion and seven nonprecedential orders. The opinion affirms a district court’s judgment based on lack of patent-eligible subject matter. One of the orders transfers an appeal from to the Ninth Circuit, one terminates an appeal and transfers the case to the Court of Federal Claims, and one denies a petition for a writ of mandamus. The other four orders are dismissals. Here is the introduction to the opinion and links to the orders.

Caselas, LLC v. Verifone, Inc. (Nonprecedential)

Caselas, LLC, appeals the dismissal by the District Court for the Northern District of Georgia of its complaint of infringement of U.S. Patent Nos. 7,529,698 (“’698 patent”), 7,661,585, 9,117,206, 9,117,230, and 9,715,691 (collectively, the “Asserted Patents”) in related cases against Appellees VeriFone, Inc.; Defyne Holdings, LLC; Synovus Financial Corp.; and Georgia’s Own Credit Union (collectively, “VeriFone”). See Caselas, LLC v. Verifone, Inc., 624 F. Supp. 3d 1328, 1331 (N.D. Ga. 2022) (dismissing claims against VeriFone); J. App’x at 22–24 (dismissing actions Defyne and Georgia’s Own and entering summary judgment in favor of Synovus based on the VeriFone order).

For the reasons that follow, we affirm the district court’s dismissal of Caselas’s infringement claims for lack of patent-eligible subject matter under 35 U.S.C. § 101. Because we write for the parties, we rely on the district court’s exposition of the facts of the case.

B.K. v. Santa Monica-Malibu School District (Nonprecedential Order)

Appellants appeal from the United States District Court for the Central District of California’s judgment dismissing their complaint alleging various state claims and civil rights and constitutional violations. In light of the subject matter of the underlying case, this court directed the parties to show cause why this court has jurisdiction over the appeal. Neither party has responded. We determine that this case should be transferred to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Veytsel v. Secretary of Health and Human Services (Nonprecedential Order)

The Secretary of Health and Human Services moves to dismiss Michael Veytsel’s appeal for lack of jurisdiction. Mr. Veytsel has not responded to the motion.

In re Perras (Nonprecedential Order)

Kriss Michele Perras seeks a “Writ of Supersedeas Immediate stay of August 18, 2022 DB order,” ECF No. 2 at 1, which we understand as seeking mandamus relief.