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FEDERAL CIRCUIT APPLIES NEW SUPREME COURT STANDARD, STILL REACHES SAME CONCLUSION ON PATENT CLAIMS Biosig Instruments v. Nautilus Inc.

22 No. 2 WJINTPROP 8By Deborah Nathan, Esq., Senior Legal Writer, Westlaw JournalsWestlaw Journal Intellectual Property (Approx. 4 pages)

FEDERAL CIRCUIT APPLIES NEW SUPREME COURT STANDARD, STILL REACHES SAME CONCLUSION ON PATENT CLAIMS Biosig Instruments v. Nautilus Inc.

22 No. 2 WJINTPROP 8By Deborah Nathan, Esq., Senior Legal Writer, Westlaw JournalsWestlaw Journal Intellectual Property (Approx. 4 pages)

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FEDERAL CIRCUIT APPLIES NEW SUPREME COURT STANDARD, STILL REACHES SAME CONCLUSION ON PATENT CLAIMS

Biosig Instruments v. Nautilus Inc.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has ruled that under the U.S. Supreme Court's “reasonable certainty” standard for assessing the validity of patent claims, a patent owned by Biosig Instruments for an exercise machine heart monitor is...
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