Full Fed. Circ. Won't Redo Its Reversal Of Uber's PTAB Loss

Law360 (July 23, 2020, 8:28 PM EDT) -- The full Federal Circuit has refused to revisit its reversal of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board's decision that Uber failed to show that a GPS patent was invalid for being obvious, rejecting arguments by the patent's owner that the panel's ruling was based on a "fatal legal flaw."

In a nonprecedential opinion Wednesday, the full appeals court rejected a petition for rehearing en banc filed last month by X One Inc., in which it argued that a three-judge panel in May committed a "fatal legal flaw" when it focused on the individual elements of the patent in its obviousness analysis,...

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