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A Single “e.g.” Phrase, As Opposed To An “i.e.” Phrase, Failed To Save Facially Subjective Claim Term From Indefiniteness

October 20, 2014

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A Single “e.g.” Phrase, As Opposed To An “i.e.” Phrase, Failed To Save Facially Subjective Claim Term From Indefiniteness

October 20, 2014

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Interval Licensing LLC. v. AOL, et al., __ F.3d __ (Fed. Cir. Sept. 10, 2014) (Taranto, CHEN*) (Nos. 2013-1219, -1220, -1221, PTAB)

Fed Cir affirms judgment of invalidity, vacates judgment of noninfringement and remands for further proceedings.  The patents in suit were directed to an “attention manager for occupying the peripheral attention of a person in the vicinity of a display device.”

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