Definition of Patently Obvious
By Dennis Crouch [UPDATED]
Soverain Softwarwe v. Newegg (Fed. Cir. 2013)
This Federal Circuit decision is fairly big news as far as its legal results. District Court Judge Davis rejected Newegg's obviousness argument
on summary judgment – finding each of the asserted patent claims not invalid. On appeal, the Federal Circuit has completely reversed that holding and instead finds here that all of the asserted claims are invalid as obvious. The case also raises a novel argument for secondary indicia of nonobviousness.
The unanimous opinion is written by Judge Newman and joined by Judges Prost and Reyna.
The Federal Circuit panel's approach here follows the lead of KSR International Co., v. Teleflex, Inc., 550 U.S. 398 (2007). In that case, the Supreme Court was able to make the legal conclusion that the asserted claims were obvious because the factual underpinnings of obviousness were not in material dispute.
Where, as here, the content of the prior art, the scope of the patent claim, and the level of ordinary skill in the art are not in material dispute, and the obviousness of the claim is apparent in light of these factors, summary judgment is appropriate.
Source: Patent Law Blog (Patently-O)
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This is beyond ridiculous. Seriously beyond.
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Here maybe this will be of help
"in·tan·gi·ble /ɪnˈtændʒəbəl/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[in-tan-juh-buhl] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
1. not tangible; incapable of being perceived by the sense of touch, as incorporeal or immaterial things; impalpable."
Something of value that cannot be physically touched, such as a brand, franchise, trademark, or patent. opposite of tangible asset. "
Assets having a physical existence, such as cash, equipment, and real estate; accounts receivable are also usually considered tangible assets for accounting purposes. opposite of intangible asset. "
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