Google Takes Keyboard Patent Fight Back To Fed. Circ.

Law360 (February 4, 2021, 6:11 PM EST) -- Google is again asking the Federal Circuit to overrule a Patent Trial and Appeal Board decision that upheld Intellectual Ventures' patent for touch-screen keyboard technology, saying the board has now "twice overlooked fundamental principles of computer science."

In 2017, the Federal Circuit threw out the PTAB's decision upholding part of Intellectual Ventures' patent for a translucent keyboard over an image on a touch-screen display, finding that the board did not adequately explain why certain claims were neither anticipated nor obvious over earlier patents. It had then sent the case back for further proceedings on those claims.

But Google on Wednesday said...

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