In this Issue:
*Term of Degree “Readily” Not Indefinite If Patent Supplies Standard for Measuring Scope
*Court Affirms Dismissal of a DJ Complaint Based on Absence of an Actual Controversy
*Court Affirms SJ That Google’s Online Advertising System Did Not Infringe
*Plaintiff University Fails to Provide Clear and Convincing Evidence of Joint Inventorship Where the Parties’ Respective Stories Are “Equally Plausible”
*Court Affirms Board’s Finding of Adequate Written Description and Reverses Board’s Finding of Failure to Establish Actual Reduction to Practice in an Interference
*Court Affirms Board’s Interference Ruling After Finding Claims Satisfied Written Description Requirement
*Federal Circuit Clarifies That the Rule Against Reissue Recapture Applies to Subject Matter Surrendered During Prosecution of Related Patent Applications
*Recordation of Patent Assignment at the PTO Created a Presumption of Validity of the Assignment
*Claims to a Controller with Multiple Input Members Were Not Supported by Earlier Application That Described a Controller with a Single Input Member
*Confusion Is Likely Between the Marks “ML” and “ML MARK LEES” for Identical Goods
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