Federal Circuit rules two Intellectual Ventures patents are patent ineligible
The Federal Circuit has upheld a district court ruling that two patents claim unpatentable abstract ideas in Intellectual Ventures v Capital One
The Federal Circuit has upheld a district court ruling that two Intellectual Ventures (IV) patents are directed to ineligible subject matter.
IV sued Capital One in June 2013 claiming infringement of three patents. The district court determined that the asserted...
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