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Honeywell International v. Fujifilm Corporation

In Honeywell International v. Fujifilm Corporation, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit revisited an old friend, the long-standing and now thrice-appealed litigation between Honeywell and Fujifilm concerning Fujifilm’s alleged infringement of Honeywell’s U.S. Patent No. 5,280,371 [text]. In the...[more]

Energy Heating v. Heat On-the-Fly

In Energy Heating v. Heat On-the-Fly, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit considered an inequitable conduct issue along with related on sale and public use issues under 35 U.S.C. 102 as it existed before enactment of the America Invents Act (AIA). Applying the en banc Federal Circuit decision...[more]

Chrimar Holding Company v. ALE USA

In Chrimar Holding Company v. ALE USA, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit considered several issues, ranging from claim construction to fraud under Texas law and damages to attorney fees. Claim construction garnered the most attention, though. The court considered the limiting effect of the term 'adapted' in...[more]