Beyond the Holding: A Nuanced Look into the Federal Circuit's Patent Decisions (Episode 6)

07 Jan 2022

Morrison & Foerster and the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology (BCLT) have teamed up to present a recurring podcast addressing recent Federal Circuit decisions.

In this episode, Seth Lloyd, an associate in Morrison & Foerster’s Appellate + Supreme Court practice and Wayne Stacy, BCLT’s Executive Director discuss the Federal Circuit’s recent decision in Intel v. Qualcomm, including:

  • What facts suffice to establish Article III standing for IPR petitioners who supply only a component of a product alleged to fall within the scope of the challenged claims; and
  • The importance of grounding claim interpretations in what the specification shows the inventor actually invented.

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