Leapfrog V. Fisher-Price: Lessons Learned
Relying on “the common sense of those skilled in the art,” the court affirmed an obviousness finding based on combining two references, then adding another component that was “well-known in the art,” but not found in either reference. Leapfrog Enterprises Inc., v. Fisher-Price Inc., No. 06-1402, slip op. at 7, 10 (Fed. Cir. May 9, 2007).
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