Brooks Kushman P.C.

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1000 Town Center
Twenty-Second Floor
Southfield, Michigan 48075-1238, United States
Phone: (248) 358-4400
Fax: (248) 358-3351
Areas of Practice
  • Commercial Law & Contracts
  • Intellectual Property
  • International Law & Trade
  • Litigation
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Science, Computers, & Tech
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Other U.S. Locations
  • California
  • Michigan
Number of Attorneys
50-100 Attorneys

Federal Circuit Reverses PTAB, Reaffirms Requirement That Anticipating Reference Disclose Every Element of Claimed Invention

The Federal Circuit reversed the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s final written decision that a challenged claim in a patent relating to systems for controlling torque in electromagnetic motors was unpatentable due to…more
 /  Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

Patent Claims, Not Embodiments Disclosed in Specification or Litigation Strategy, Determine Eligibility for Covered Business Method Review

A divided Federal Circuit panel recently vacated a Patent Trial and Appeal Board final decision ruling that challenged patent claims were unpatentable, by holding that the patent was not eligible for review under the…more
 /  Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property

Rejecting Pendency of Related Cases as a Dominant Factor, Federal Circuit Orders ED Texas to Transfer Patent Infringement Case to ND California

In re Google, Inc., Case No. 2017-107 (Fed. Cir. Feb. 23, 2017)(nonprecedential). The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit issued a writ of mandamus ordering the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of…more
 /  Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property

NPE’s Warning Letters, In-Person Meeting with Accused Infringer, and Prior Lawsuits Are Sufficient To Establish Person Jurisdiction in Unfavorable Forum

In a recent case applying the constitutional limits of personal jurisdiction in a declaratory judgment action filed by an accused patent infringement against a foreign non-practicing entity, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the…more
 /  Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property, International Law & Trade

Federal Circuit Rules That Not All Petitioners Have Standing to Appeal Adverse IPR ResultsFederal Circuit Rules That Not All Petitioners Have Standing to Appeal Adverse IPR Results

The Federal Circuit recently dismissed an appeal from an inter partes review proceeding where the appellant/petitioner failed to establish that it had constitutional standing to maintain an appeal. Phigenix, Inc. v. Immunogen,…more
 /  Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Intellectual Property

Full Federal Circuit To Consider Appealability of PTAB Decision On Timeliness of IPR Petition

The Federal Circuit has ordered en banc review to consider whether the timeliness of a petition for inter partes review (IPR) can be appealed following the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s decision to institute review. Wi-Fi One,…more
 /  Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property

Full Federal Circuit To Consider Appealability of PTAB Decision On Timeliness of IPR Petition

The Federal Circuit has ordered en banc review to consider whether the timeliness of a petition for inter partes review (IPR) can be appealed following the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s decision to institute review. Wi-Fi One,…more
 /  Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property

Supreme Court to Review Forum Shopping in Patent Infringement Litigation

In a development that may signal a major change in patent litigation practice, the U.S. Supreme Court has granted certiorari to hear a challenge to the rules governing where patent owners can file infringement actions against…more
 /  Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property

PTAB Obviousness Decision Must Provide “Reasoned Explanation” For Motivation To Combine References

In a recent pair of decisions, the Federal Circuit has tightened the procedural and substantive requirements for Board decisions on obviousness. In Nuvasive, the Federal Circuit vacated a PTAB final decision that challenged…more
 /  Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property

Federal Circuit Firmly Rejects PTAB Criteria For Covered Business Method Review

In a recent panel decision that deviates from the Federal Circuit’s current tendency to defer to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s interpretation of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act, the court vacated a final written…more
 /  Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

Federal Circuit Rules that Patents Directed to Collecting and Filtering Network Data Are Eligible, Further Refining Alice/Mayo Test

Amdocs (Israel) Ltd. v. Openet Telecom, Inc., No. 2015-1180 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 1, 2016) - In a recent case, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit revisited the vexing problem of assessing patent eligibility for…more
 /  Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

Update on Defend Trade Secrets Act: Courts Begin Interpreting and Applying New Federal Misappropriation Law

The Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 (“DTSA”) was signed into law on May 12, 2016. The statute amends the Economic Espionage Act of 1996 to provide federal court jurisdiction for civil trade secret misappropriation claims and to…more
 /  Civil Procedure, Civil Remedies, Commercial Law & Contracts, Intellectual Property

PTAB Decision To Terminate IPR Proceedings After Institution Is Not Appealable

Medtronic, Inc. v. Robert Bosch Healthcare Systems, Inc., No. 2015-1977 (Fed. Cir. Oct. 20, 2016) - Applying the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the AIA’s provision making inter partes review institution decisions “final…more
 /  Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Intellectual Property

Supreme Court denies Cert in Cases Challenging Constitutionality of AIA Trials

On October 11, 2016, the US Supreme Court denied petitions for certiorari filed in two cases by parties challenging the constitutionality of post grant proceedings instituted under the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act…more
 /  Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Intellectual Property

Federal Circuit Rules That Patent For Animating Lip Synchronization Is Not Abstract Idea, Upholds Eligibility Under 35 U.S.C. § 101

In a closely-watch case involving the patent-eligibility of a computer-implemented method for automating the process of synchronizing lip movement and facial expressions of a 3-D animated figure to speech, the U.S. Court of…more
 /  Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology
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