Marc S. Cooperman, who attended the Supreme Court oral arguments in Cuozzo v. Lee, weighs in on justices’ reaction to courts and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office reaching different results depending on the standard of claim construction used in World Intellectual Property Review.
In the article, Mr. Cooperman says, “The justices took a keen interest in the BRI [broadest reasonable interpretation] v ordinary meaning issue. Both counsel for Cuozzo and the USPTO were the subject of substantial scrutiny by the court, with the latter getting the lion’s share of the questions.”
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Posted: May 3, 2016