Fed. Circ. Asks Google Whether Full Court Should Eye Patents

Law360 (May 21, 2018, 4:24 PM EDT) -- The Federal Circuit on Friday asked Google to weigh in on a patent licensing company’s request for the entire court to review whether a panel erred in holding that the Patent Trial and Appeal Board goofed on its construction of a claim term included in several media search patents challenged by the tech giant.

The Federal Circuit gave Google LLC until June 1 to expound on Network-1 Technologies Inc.’s contention that the appellate court panel erred in determining in March that insufficient evidence exists to support how the PTAB construed the claim term “non-exhaustive search,” according to the court’s letter to...

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