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Tag Archives: s. 101
In CareDx (Stanford U.) v. Natera Civ. Action No. 19-0567-CFC-CJB Consolidated (Sept. 28, 2021, D. Delaware), Judge Connolly ruled that the diagnostic method claimed in U. S. Pat. No. 8,703,652 and two others was a patent-ineligible natural phenomenon. The method … Continue reading
Every time the courts re-define a mechanical device as an abstract idea, I struggle with the rationale that is applied to evaluate the claimed subject matter for patent eligibility under s. 101. I am not a computer scientist so the … Continue reading
On March 31, 2021, Neapco Holdings LLC filed its Brief in Opposition to American Axle’s Petition for Cert. If you need a refresher on the proceedings to date, please read (or re-read) the analyses I posted on Jan. 11, 2021 … Continue reading
In my first post on American Axle’s Petition for cert., I focused on the substantive arguments of the parties. Almost as interesting is Part 5 of the Petition, in which AA argues that this is a good case for the … Continue reading