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CPLRG™ 0060 - Bradford Co. v. ConTeyor North America, Inc. - Apr. 29, 2010

Bradford Co. v. ConTeyor North America, Inc., 603 F.3d 1262, CPLRG 0060 (Fed. Cir. 2010) (LOURIE, Clevenger & Rader)Bradford04292010

MAJOR ISSUES:  estoppel against claim to priority of earlier-filed application; opposition to PTO double patenting rejection; argument distinguishing later application from earlier application; personal jurisdiction; Belgian corporation’s contact with the United States as a whole; Rule 4(k)(2); claim interpretation; claim differentiation Read CPLRG™ 0060

CPLRG™ 0059 - Avid Identification Systems, Inc. v. Crystal Import Corp. - Apr. 27, 2010

Avid Identification Systems, Inc. v. Crystal Import Corp., 603 F.3d 967, CPLRG 0059 (Fed. Cir. 2010) (PROST & Mayer; LINN, concurring-in-part & dissenting-in-part)AvidIdentification04272010

MAJOR ISSUES:  inequitable conduct; individuals subject to duty of candor; person other than inventors, attorneys and agents; substantive involvement in preparation or prosecution of patent application Read CPLRG™ 0059

CPLRG™ 0057 - Alza Corp. v. Andrx Pharmaceuticals, LLC - Apr. 27, 2010

Alza Corp. v. Andrx Pharmaceuticals, LLC, 693 F.3d 935, CPLRG 0057 (Fed. Cir. 2010) (PROST, Dyk & Schall) AlzaAndrx04262010

MAJOR ISSUES: enablement; full scope of claim; claim broadly construed to show infringement not enabled; undue experimentation Read CPLRG™ 0057

CPLRG™ 0058 - Therasense, Inc. v. Becton, Dickinson & Co. - Apr. 26, 2010

Therasense, Inc. v. Becton, Dickinson & Co., 374 Fed. Appx. 35, CPLRG 0058 (Fed. Cir. 2010) (En Banc). TherasenseEnBancOrder

MAJOR ISSUES: inequitable conduct; unenforceability of patents; fraud. Read CPLRG™ 0058

CPLRG™ 0056 - Medtronic Navigation, Inc. v. BrainLAB Medizinische Computersysteme GMBH - Apr. 26, 2010

Medtronic Navigation, Inc. v. BrainLAB Medizinische Computersysteme GMBH, 603 F.3d 943, CPLRG0056 (Fed. Cir. 2010) (BRYSON & Newman; LOURIE, concurring)Medtronic04262010

MAJOR ISSUES:  attorney fee award to prevailing accused infringer;  “exceptional case” determination under 35 U.S.C. § 285; continuing infringement suit after adverse claim construction ruling; theory on doctrine of equivalents and prosecution history estoppel; denial of summary judgment; litigation misconduct; arguments to jury allegedly undermining court’s claim construction Read CPLRG™ 0056

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