Dan Rudoy

Dan Rudoy assists the Electrical & Computer Technologies Group in patent prosecution in the areas of signal processing, machine learning, control systems, speech recognition and natural language processing, software, medical devices and electronics.

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PTAB Shows Its Limits in Applying the BRI Standard

Posted by Dan Rudoy on Apr 22, 2016

Dan Rudoy

It can be tempting to propose a broad interpretation of the claims in an IPR in order to read on the prior art included in the petition. But a recent decision highlights that there are limits to how far even the PTAB will go in applying the BRI standard. Should the Supreme Court find in Cuozzo Speed Technologies, LLC v. Lee that the PTAB should apply the plain and ordinary meaning standard instead of the BRI standard, finding good prior art that clearly discloses the claimed technology, without broadly interpreting the claims, will become even more important. 

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Topics: Broadest Reasonable Interpretation Standard

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