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Conventionality is Irrelevant to Alice Step 1

by Dennis Crouch iLife Technologies, Inc. v. Nintendo of America, Inc. (Fed. Cir. 2021) (Non-Precedential Decision) The Trial: The jury sided with iLife–finding Nintendo liable for infringing iLife’s U.S. Patent No. 6,864,796 and awarding $10 million in damages. At trial, Nintendo had argued that the patent was invalid for lack of enablement and written description, but the jury denied those defenses. Nintendo also challenged the patent in an IPR, but the claims not proven invalid. Here, the c...
Tags: Law, Nintendo, Mario Kart, Patent, Federal Circuit, IPR, Dennis Crouch, Alice Mayo, Alice Step, iLife Technologies Inc, Nintendo of America Inc Fed, Michael Wilson Munck Wilson Mandala, Stephen Smith Cooley

Nintendo has been ordered to pay $10 million in a Wii lawsuit

Japanese video-game giant Nintendo was ordered by a Texas court on Thursday to pay out $10 million in a patent lawsuit filed by iLife Technologies. The patent in question: a motion-sensing patent from iLife Technologies related to medical applications. iLife alleged — and a Texas jury agreed — that Nintendo misappropriated iLife's patented technology for use in the Nintendo Wii game console. Specifically, iLife alleged that Nintendo's Wii remote controls — motion controllers — were infringing on...
Tags: Texas, Trends, Nintendo, Rolling Stone, Nintendo Wii, iLife Technologies Inc, iLife Technologies