Google Fights En Banc Review In Media Search Patent Case

Law360 (June 4, 2018, 11:26 PM EDT) -- Google urged the Federal Circuit on Friday not to rehear its decision to send an intellectual property licensing company's audio and video search patents back to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board for review, arguing that the panel had correctly sided with the tech giant's construction of a key claim.

Google LLC asked the Federal Circuit to deny Network-1 Technologies Inc.'s petition for en banc review of the court's decision, claiming that the court correctly endorsed the company's interpretation of what a "non-exhaustive search" means in the four patents Network-1 has claimed a YouTube search tool infringes.

The appeals court had...

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