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Cases tagged claim differentiation

Kim v. ConAgra Foods

In Kim v. ConAgra Foods, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit issued a decision of a 2-1 panel that split solely on a claim construction issue. Other issues addressed by the Court include sufficiency of evidence of infringement for claims that require functionality, and the proper test for...[more]

SRAM v. AD-II Engineering

In SRAM v. AD-II Engineering, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit overturned a claim construction offered by the district court on the grounds that the court had improperly read a limitation into the claim. The specification of the patent and the prosecution history supported the construction offered by...[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]