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The Court in District of Delaware invalidated VideoShare’s U.S. Patent Nos. 8,438,608 and 8,464,302 under 35 U.S.C. § 101 for claiming patent-ineligible subject matter. Specifically, the Court granted Google’s motion for judgment on the pleadings because the asserted video streaming patents claimed an abstract idea, which are not patentable. VideoShare’s ’608 patent generically claimed a method for streaming a video by (1) “converting the video file into a streaming video …

A judge in the District of Nevada rejected a defendant’s argument that Racing Optics’ U.S. Patent No. 8,974,620 was abandoned for failing to file an inventor oath before or with the payment of an issue fee. Racing Optics develops lens-protection systems, including “tear-off” protectors for high-speed racing consisting of stacks of optically engineered laminated lenses applied to race car windshields, motorcycle goggles, and racing helmet visors. Once damaged, the top …

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