Fed. Circ. Urged To Erase Rulings In Google Mapping IP Row
By Kevin Penton (December 6, 2016, 4:44 PM EST) -- The Federal Circuit should nix a Delaware federal jury's decision that Google did not infringe a mapping patent because the patent was invalid, a German technology company argued Monday, saying the verdict was not supported by substantial evidence and that the lower court erred by failing to overturn it.
The appellate court should recognize Google Inc.'s efforts to steer the jury away from the "four corners" of U.S. Patent Number Re 44,550 and delete the verdict's erroneous conclusion that the patent's asserted claims were anticipated by prior art, according to Art+Com Innovationpool GmbH's opening brief.
Art+Com urged the Federal Circuit...
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