Claim Charts: 2 Columns in Portrait Orientation

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In HTC Corporation v. Cellular Communicatiosn Equipment LLC, IPR2014-01135, Paper 3 (July 29, 2014); an dNEC Corporation of America v. Nokia Siemens Networks Vermoegensverwaltung GmbH & Co. KG, IPR2014-01132, Paper 4 (July 29, 2014); the Board  granted the Petitioners a filing date, but objected to petitioner’s single column claim chart format, and gave the respective petitioner five business days to file a corrected Petition with the more conventional two column claim charts.  In NEC Corporation of America v. Nokia Siemens Networks OY, IPR2014-01131, Paper 4 (July 29, 2014), the Board granted the Petitioners a filing date, but objected to petitioner’s landscape orientation for claim charts, and gave the petitioner five business days to file a corrected Petition with the more conventional portrait orientation.

 

Topics:  HTC, Patent Infringement, Patent Litigation, Patents

Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Intellectual Property Updates

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