USPTO Subject Matter Eligibility Guidance Does Not Carry the Day in Court

In Cleveland Clinic Foundation v. True Health Diagnostics LLC (nonprecedential), the Federal Circuit affirmed the district court’s order granting defendant’s Rule 12(b)(6) motion to dismiss because the asserted patent claims are invalid under Section 101. The two asserted patents issued from applications that claimed priority to a patent that the Federal Circuit had found invalid … Continue reading USPTO Subject Matter Eligibility Guidance Does Not Carry the Day in Court

Eyes on Alice: Federal Circuit Concludes that Factual Allegations in Complaint Preclude Dismissal on Patent Eligibility Grounds

Previously featured on Michael Best’s Federal Circuit Weekly blog in February of 2018, Michael Best IP attorney Ken Albridge wrote: On February 14, 2018, the Federal Circuit issued a precedential decision providing important guidance regarding the circumstances under which dismissal on patent eligibility grounds is appropriate at the pleadings stage. In Aatrix Software, Inc. v. Green … Continue reading Eyes on Alice: Federal Circuit Concludes that Factual Allegations in Complaint Preclude Dismissal on Patent Eligibility Grounds