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Tag Archives: Federal Circuit
Tiffany P. Cunningham is a partner in the patent litigation practice of Perkins Coie. Importantly, she has a degree in Chemical Engineering from M.I.T. before receiving her J.D. from Harvard. The Court is in need of a judge that is … Continue reading
You may have noticed that I haven’t been posting since November. I feel like IP law has hunkered down and I find spats over jurisdiction and even the appeal urging the S. Ct. to validate IPR judgeships to be less … Continue reading
Guest post from Tim Bianchi. The Federal Circuit decided an appeal in an ex parte prosecution for Google last week, which may be of interest to patent prosecutors (In re Google Technology Holdings LLC, Appeal No. 2019-1828, November 13, 2020)). … Continue reading
In “Mystery Dance”, Elvis Costello moans that he’s “tried and I’ve tried, and I’m still mystified” about the “Mystery Dance”, which probably has something to do about romance, but could easily describe the state of the relationship between appeals from … Continue reading