JUDGE CAN'T SAY WHETHER SYSTEM DIAGNOSTIC PATENT IS VALID System Mgmt. Arts v. Avesta Techs. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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JUDGE CAN'T SAY WHETHER SYSTEM DIAGNOSTIC PATENT IS VALID System Mgmt. Arts v. Avesta Techs.

18 No. 16 ANCOILR 6Andrews Computer & Online Industry Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

JUDGE CAN'T SAY WHETHER SYSTEM DIAGNOSTIC PATENT IS VALID System Mgmt. Arts v. Avesta Techs.

18 No. 16 ANCOILR 6Andrews Computer & Online Industry Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

18 No. 16 Andrews Computer & Online Indus. Litig. Rep. 6
Andrews Computer & Online Industry Litigation Reporter
April 24, 2001
Patents
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JUDGE CAN'T SAY WHETHER SYSTEM DIAGNOSTIC PATENT IS VALID

System Mgmt. Arts v. Avesta Techs.

A New York federal judge said he could not determine, from the existing record, whether a patent on a method of determining the causes of problems in complex technological systems is invalid for indefiniteness. U.S. District Court Judge Robert W....
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