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Fed. Circ. Dissent Slams Alice In Apple, Google Patent Win

Law360 (July 20, 2018, 9:32 PM EDT) -- In a partial dissent from a decision handing Google, Apple, AOL and Yahoo a win in a patent infringement suit, a Federal Circuit judge on Friday slammed the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2014 Alice decision, expressing frustration with its definitions of “abstract ideas” and “inventive concepts.”

U.S. Circuit Judge S. Jay Plager made clear that he wasn’t faulting the high court’s attempt to define an abstract idea, nor the Federal Circuit for following that formula — which led to a majority opinion affirming a lower court’s decision...
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Case Title

Interval Licensing LLC v. AOL, Inc.


Case Number

16-2502

Court

Appellate - Federal Circuit

Nature of Suit

830 Patent Infringement (Fed. Question)

Date Filed

August 18, 2016


Case Title

Interval Licensing LLC v. Apple, Inc.


Case Number

16-2505

Court

Appellate - Federal Circuit

Nature of Suit

830 Patent Infringement (Fed. Question)

Date Filed

August 19, 2016


Case Title

Interval Licensing LLC v. Google Inc.


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16-2506

Court

Appellate - Federal Circuit

Nature of Suit

830 Patent Infringement (Fed. Question)

Date Filed

August 19, 2016


Case Title

Interval Licensing LLC v. Yahoo!, Inc.


Case Number

16-2507

Court

Appellate - Federal Circuit

Nature of Suit

830 Patent Infringement (Fed. Question)

Date Filed

August 19, 2016

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