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United States: Continental Circuits LLC v. Intel Corp., Et Al: Federal Circuit Reemphasizes Prohibition On Importing A Preferred Embodiment Into Patent Claims - Mintz

The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) recently issued a precedential opinion finding that a lower court had improperly incorporated an embodiment from the specification
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Words of Ambiguity in Specification Save patent Scope

by Dennis Crouch Continental Circuits LLC v. Intel Corp (Fed. Cir. 2019) Claim-construction used to be the bread-and-butter of Federal Circuit decisions.  That standard was of course upset by the onslaught of eligibility decisions from district courts and BRI obviousness cases out of the PTAB. The patents at issue here all relate to circuit board construction – and dealing with the problem of delamination. The claimed solution is uses “a unique surface structure . . . comprised of teeth that are...
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