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TVEyes is a media monitoring service, claiming, “to organize the world’s TV and radio broadcasts and make them universally searchable by the spoken word.”[1] Founded in 1999, the service uses innovative “audio mining” speech analytics technology to record and transcribe … Continue reading

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Recently, the  Federal Circuit, for a second time this year, evaluated infringement of a method claim.[1]  The Court, vacating the recent panel decision in May, outlined the governing framework for direct infringement of a method claim.  It held that direct … Continue reading

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Previously, we discussed the implications of the failure to mark defense on damages prior to the filing of a patent case.  In this next article in the series, we examine how allegations of direct and/or indirect infringement, as well as … Continue reading

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