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    $$ A spring-loaded hinge mechanism interposed in a training golf club between a first shaft formed wit…

  • Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
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    Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

    By Greg Hopewell If the focus on fact finding in Aatrix, Berkheimer, and Exergen from earlier this year helped provide additional clarity on the analysis of “something more,” the SAP America decision, at least to my mind, failed to clarify, and possibly further muddied, the analysis. Reaching This Result Could Have Been Easy First, a representative claim: 1. A method for calculating, analyzing and displaying investment data comprising the steps of: (a) selecting a sample space, wherein the sample space includes at least one investment data sample; (b) generating a distribution function using a re-sampled statistical method and a bias…

  • Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
    in: #AliceStorm, Abstract Ideas, Alice, bilski, Directed to, Eligibility, patent eligibility, sap, SAP America, SAP America v. Investpic, something more  | 

    Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

    By Greg Hopewell If the focus on fact finding in Aatrix, Berkheimer, and Exergen from earlier this year helped provide additional clarity on the analysis of “something more,” the SAP America decision, at least to my mind, failed to clarify, and possibly further muddied, the analysis. Reaching This Result Could Have Been Easy First, a representative claim: 1. A method for calculating, analyzing and displaying investment data comprising the steps of: (a) selecting a sample space, wherein the sample space includes at least one investment data sample; (b) generating a distribution function using a re-sampled statistical method and a bias…

Federal Circuit’s Latest Patent Subject Matter Decision in Ariosa v. Sequenom … – JD Supra (press release)

Federal Circuit’s Latest Patent Subject Matter Decision in Ariosa v. Sequenom
JD Supra (press release)
On June 12, 2015, the Federal Circuit issued its decision in Ariosa Diagnostics, Inc. v. Sequenom, Inc.,[1] finding that Sequenom’s patent claiming methods of using cell-free fetal DNA (“cffDNA”) for prenatal diagnosis test is patent ineligible under

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