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Tag Archives: Judge Linn
The majority of the panel in Interval Licensing v AOL, Appeal no. 2016-2502, -05, -06, -07 (Fed. Cir., July 20, 2018) affirmed the district court’s finding that claims 15-18 of U.S. Pat. No. 6,788,314 are invalid as attempting to claim … Continue reading
Ariad: “The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be!” Judge Linn’s Concurrence and the Abuse and Neglect of the Enablement Requirement at the Federal Circuit
In my post of April 13, 2009, I concluded with a brief summary of Judge Linn’s cogent concurrence, and noted that I would revisit it. Judge Linn does not believe that it was ever necessary for the court to graft … Continue reading