Federal Circuit hears Wi-Fi standards suit
In a patent infringement suit involving the world's most widely-used Wi-Fi protocols, the Federal Circuit is faced with the question of how trial courts should construe an undefined claim term with a seemingly obvious plain meaning
This is the question the Court faced in today's oral arguments in Ruckus Wireless, Cisco Systems v Innovative Wireless Solutions. At the heart of the dispute is the question of how to construe for litigation a term undefined in the...
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