Posts from August 2016.

AGIS v. Life360 upheld patent invalidity in a case where Eric Christu and Daniel Barsky were members of the trial team. Coined terms in patents may result in patent invalidity if the coined term is not adequately disclosed. Technology patents cannot used coined terms that are really nothing more than generic ‘general purpose...Read More

Two recent decisions by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit provide some helpful insights into the application of the two-step framework for assessing patent-eligible subject matter.Read More

Two recent decisions by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit provide some helpful insights into the application of the two-step framework for assessing patent-eligible subject matter.Read More

The newly implement Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 creates a federal cause of action that allows a plaintiff to seize stolen trade secrets prior to notifying the defendant.Read More

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