JPMorgan, IV Debate The Meaning Of 'And' At Fed. Circ.

Law360 (December 6, 2018, 10:38 PM EST) -- Attorneys for Intellectual Ventures LLC and JPMorgan Chase & Co. debated a claim of IV's cybersecurity software patent before a Federal Circuit panel Thursday, including offering dueling interpretations of the word "and."

Intellectual Ventures is appealing a district court's ruling that found JPMorgan did not infringe its firewall system and the district court's reversal of an earlier ruling that the banking company's software was "capable" of infringing its patent.

The circuit panel on Thursday questioned Intellectual Ventures over what the correct claim construction of its software should be, and what JPMorgan's technology has to do to infringe its patent. The debate over...

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