Winter 2010 News Briefs

This month, our team members have been consumed with outlines, papers, and finals, and now the holidays are … Continue Reading

Finjan v. Secure Computing: Direct Infringement of Apparatus Claims by Software That Requires User Unlocking or Activation

In the recent Finjan v. Secure Computing decision, the Federal Circuit affirmed that software that is sold in … Continue Reading

First Invented in a Foreign Country and Later "Invented" Again "in this Country:" Solvay v. Honeywell on 35 U.S.C. 102(g)(2)

In the recent Solvay v. Honeywell (PDF) decision, the Federal Circuit dealt with the issue of who qualifies … Continue Reading

Goeddel v. Sugano – Disclosure that Allows a PHOSITA to "Envision" an Invention Fails the Written Description Requirement

The recent decision in Goeddel v. Sugano concerns an appeal from an interference proceeding.  Although these types of … Continue Reading