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Tag Archives: Judge Rader
Before stepping down as Chief Judge of the Fed. Cir. on May 30th, Judge Rader had sent a letter to his colleagues on the court apologizing for sending an email to an attorney who had appeared before the court a … Continue reading
Judge Randall Rader will step down as Chief Judge of the Fed. Cir. on May 30th, and Judge Sharon Prost will replace him. Judge Rader will remain active as a “Circuit Court Judge.” As Chief Judge, Rader bought sheer intelligence … Continue reading
This is a guest post from Greg Stark, attorney at Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner. Attached at the end of this post is an annotated copy of the June 21st decision from the Federal Circuit in Ultramercial v. Hulu. The underlying patent … Continue reading
On May 10th, the Federal Circuit issued a short per curium opinion affirming the district court’s decision that “a majority of the court affirms the [holding below] that the asserted method and computer-readable media claims are not directed to eligible … Continue reading