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Claims Upheld Under Bilski in the E.D. Texas

A recent Eastern District of Texas decision found patentable subject matter in claims directed to determining Current Procedural Technology (“CPT”) codes based on information gathered during a physician-patient encounter.   Prompt Medical Systems, L.P. v.  AllscriptsMisys Healthcare Solutions, Inc., 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 30694, No. 6:10-CV-71 (E.D. Texas Feb. 13, 2012). Procedural Setting Defendants brought a […]

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Patentable Subject Matter: New Federal Circuit Case

Yet another post-Bilski pronouncement: the Federal Circuit has held that patent claims directed to “an investment tool designed to enable property owners to buy and sell properties without incurring tax liability” do not recite patentable subject matter under 35 U.S.C.  § 101.  Fort Properties v. American Master Lease, No. 2009-1242 (February 27, 2012). Background United […]

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