E-Trading Patents Are "For Technological Inventions," Not Subject To CBM Review, PTAB Litigation Blog
In a nonprecedential per curiam decision, the Federal Circuit vacated the PTAB’s final written decisions in five covered business method ("CBM") reviews on four related e-trading patents as "arbitrary and capricious" because those patents are "for technological inventions" and therefore not subject to CBM review.
Read the full article at ptablitigationblog.com.
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