This morning the Federal Circuit released a nonprecedential opinion dismissing a case for lack of a timely notice of appeal, a nonprecedential order reviewing a sanction of counsel, a nonprecedential order summarily affirming a judgment of the Court of Federal Claims, and a summary affirmance.
Here is a report on recent news and commentary related to the Federal Circuit and its cases. Today’s report highlights:
- a blog post discussing whether, in the context of the Patent Act, “obviousness is a straightforward inquiry”;
- an article assessing the Federal Circuit and U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s approaches to patent subject matter eligibility;
- another blog post analyzing the primary takeaways from a recent Federal Circuit patent case addressing damages; and
- another article explaining how “AT&T Corp. survived a patent infringement claim . . . after the Federal Circuit found there wasn’t sufficient evidence that the telephone service provider’s remote terminals were in locations covered by the patents.”
This morning the Federal Circuit released a precedential opinion in a patent case appealed from the District of Minnesota addressing numerous issues concerning validity and infringement. The Federal Circuit also released four nonprecedential opinions in patent, tax, and employment cases. Notably, in a patent case appealed from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, Judge Newman wrote a dissenting opinion. Finally, the court issued six Rule 36 judgments. Here are the introductions to the opinions and links to the Rule 36 judgments.