Raytheon Says Fed. Circ.'s GE Ruling Can't Stand

Law360 (January 25, 2021, 7:34 PM EST) -- Raytheon wants the full Federal Circuit to review a decision last month that found General Electric has standing to fight a Patent Trial and Appeal Board ruling, which upheld a Raytheon jet engine patent despite the lack of active litigation over that invention.

In a petition filed Friday, Raytheon told the appellate judges that December's precedential ruling in favor of GE "conflicts with, and substantially weakens, the constitutional standards for establishing standing."

Raytheon's petition would give the full court another chance to clarify lingering issues over what is required for a patent challenger to show that it has suffered the sort...

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