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Federal Circuit Trends in a Post-Alice World



Thumb_Webinar_general.jpgThe summer of 2016 was an interesting time at the Federal Circuit. Several patent eligibility cases came down in favor of eligibility, giving a glimpse into the future of patent eligibility in a post-Alice world.

The Federal Circuit has seemingly started to cast a skeptical eye on the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), reversing and remanding decisions in several cases.

Watch Gene Quinn, Robert Schaffer, and Joseph Robinson for a live discussion around these Federal Circuit topics and what they mean for the future of patent eligibility.

Topics covered include:
  • The Federal Circuit continues to utilize Rule 36 summary affirmances and nonprecedential opinions at an unusually high rate.*
  • Trends seem to be developing as the Federal Circuit pivots to address the new reality of a much more interested Supreme Court.