Podcast # 10: Hepburn’s Choice and Patent Venue

In which we discuss the Supreme Court’s recent decision in TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods (May 22, 2017).

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Contact Iain Cunningham by email at iaincunningham@me.com or on Twitter at @icunning. Tom Vigdal is on Twitter @vigdal.

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Podcast # 9: Talisker 10 and Subject Matter Eligibility (Again)

In which we discuss the Federal Circuit’s more recent subject matter eligibility decisions in Enfish v. Microsoft (May 12, 2016), Bascom v. AT&T (June 27, 2016), and Amdocs v. Openet (Nov. 1, 2016).

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Contact Iain Cunningham by email at iaincunningham@me.com or on Twitter at @icunning. Tom Vigdal is on Twitter @vigdal.

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Podcast # 8 : Octomore 5 and Patent Exhaustion

In which we discuss the Federal Circuit’s 129-page decision in Lexmark International v. Impression Products et al.

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Contact Iain Cunningham by email at iaincunningham@me.com or on Twitter at @icunning. Tom Vigdal is on Twitter @vigdal.

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Podcast # 7 : Lagavulin 16 and (Actively) Induced Infringement

In which we discuss the Supreme Court’s decisions on the standard for induced infringement in Global-Tech v. SEB and Commil v. Cisco.

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Contact Iain Cunningham by email at iaincunningham@me.com or on Twitter at @icunning. Tom Vigdal is on Twitter @vigdal.

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Podcast # 6 : Pebble Beach 12 and Patentable Subject Matter

In which we discuss the murky topic of patentable subject matter after the Supreme Court’s decision in Alice v. CLS Bank.

Also discussed are the Federal Circuit decisions in Digitech, Content Extraction, and Ultramercial.

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Contact Iain Cunningham by email at iaincunningham@me.com or on Twitter at @icunning. Tom Vigdal is on Twitter @vigdal.

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Podcast # 5 : Laphroaig 10 & Teva v. Sandoz

In which I try to convince Tom (with marginal success) that the Supreme Court’s January 20, 2015 decision in Teva v. Sandoz is interesting and relevant.

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Contact Iain Cunningham by email at iaincunningham@me.com or on Twitter at @icunning. Tom Vigdal is on Twitter @vigdal.

Edited on 1/28/15 to correct duration time.

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Podcast # 4 : Aberlour 16 & Inequitable Conduct

In which we go long debating the appropriate standard for inequitable conduct in Therasense (Fed. Cir. 2011), and in the recent American Calcar v. American Honda Motor Co. (Fed. Cir. Sept. 26, 2014).

Intro music is “Rollin at 5” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Contact Iain Cunningham by email at iaincunningham@me.com or on Twitter at @icunning. Tom Vigdal is on Twitter @vigdal.

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