Author Archive | Thomas Bejin

Detail Counts to Support Patent Damage Analysis

In Yodlee v. Plaid Technology, No. 14-1445-LPS-CJB (D. Del. 2017), Judge Leonard Stark gave guidance on the boundaries of an admissible opinion for a reasonable royalty analysis in a patent case.  Yodlee v. Plaid involves a patent relating to a method and apparatus for gathering summary information from websites and presenting that information as HyperText […]

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Federal Circuit Says a Seemingly Subjective Claim Term Is Not Indefinite under 35 USC § 112

The Federal Circuit has reversed the Northern District of Illinois’ conclusion that the phrase “visually negligible” renders a patent claim invalid under 35 U.S.C. § 112 as indefinite.   Sonix Technology Co., LTD. v. Publications International, LTD, No. 16-1449 (Fed. Cir. Jan. 5, 2017).  The district court’s ruling should hardly have come as a surprise since […]

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Investors in a Separate Corporation that Files an IPR Petition Are Not Real-Parties-in-Interest

Clouding IP is the assignee of U.S. Patent No. 6,738,799 (the ‘799 patent).  The ‘799 patent is related to a method of file synchronization using a signature list.  Clouding asserted the ‘799 patent in a host of lawsuits, including one against Google.  More than one year after the Google case was filed, Unified Patents filed […]

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