Monday, May 2, 2016

Orders Denying § 101 Challenges for Failure to Show a Lack of Inventive Concept

The most common reason § 101 challenges fail is a failure to establish the first step of the Alice analysis, that the challenged claims are directed to an abstract idea or some other patent ineligible subject matter. However, eighteen § 101 challenges were denied for failure to show the second step, that the claims lacked an inventive concept. To view those decisions, click here. Click “Create Alert” to be notified when a new decision is issued.

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