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Federal Circuit Again Reverses PTAB Obviousness Determination

In what is becoming a familiar basis for reversal of PTAB decisions, the Federal Circuit yet again reversed the PTAB for its failure to adequately explain the basis for combining multiple prior art references in support of its conclusion of obviousness in Personal Web Technologies, LLC v. Apple, Inc.¬†¬†Specifically, the Federal Circuit (Taranto, Chen, Stoll) … Continue reading this entry

The Latest Twist In The Apple v. VirnetX IPRs: Appeals Court Issues Temporary Stay

On March 7, 2016, the Federal Circuit issued a temporary stay to permit briefing by the parties on the question of whether the PTAB properly ruled that Apple could use the joinder process in Mangrove Capital’s IPR against VirnetX to avoid the one-year bar that prevents a litigation defendant like Apple from filing its own … Continue reading this entry

High Stakes Race Between Apple and VirnetX: Will PTAB Trump The Texas Jury's Award of $625M?

A Texas jury today raised the stakes even higher in a race involving parallel proceedings between the PTAB and Texas district court when it found that Apple infringed the VirnetX patents and awarded to VirnetX $625M in damages. While the Texas jury found the patents to be valid and infringed in today’s verdict, the PTAB … Continue reading this entry