CAFC affirmed the district court’s grant of summary judgment of noninfringement with respect to one product and reversed with respect to another product.

  Case: Centillion Data Sys., LLC V. Qwest Commc’ns. Int’l, Inc., No. 2013-1084 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 25, 2013) (non-precedential). On appeal from S.D. Ind. Before Rader, Lourie, and Moore. Procedural Posture: Plaintiff patent owner appealed summary judgment of noninfringement and award of costs. CAFC affirmed-in-part and reversed-in-part the judgment of …

CAFC reverses rejection of patent application as anticipated and obvious and remands for further proceedings.

  Case: In re Kevin P. Eaton, No. 2013-1104 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 22, 2013) (non-precedential). On appeal from PTAB in Serial No. 11/145,716 . Before Rader, Lourie, and Moore (per curiam). Procedural Posture: Patent applicant appealed from the decision of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board rejecting claims as anticipated …

CAFC affirms judgment of patent infringement, and validity. CAFC reverses finding of willful infringement and enhanced damages. CAFC remands on the issue of attorney’s fees due to a finding of an exceptional case.

  Case: Lee v. Mike’s Novelties, Inc., No. 2013-1049 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 21, 2013) (non-precedential). On appeal from C.D. Cal. Before Dyk, Moore, and Wallach. Procedural Posture: Defendant-accused infringer Mike’s Novelties appealed the district court’s judgment of infringement, validity, willfulness, and enhanced damages and attorney fees. CAFC affirmed in part, …

CAFC dismisses Defendant’s appeal, for relief from a contempt order and an order finding willfulness, for lack of jurisdiction.

  Case: August Tech. Corp. v. Camtek, Ltd., No. 2012-1681, 2013-1023 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 18, 2013) (non-precedential). On appeal from D. Minn. Before Moore, Linn and O’Malley. Procedural Posture: Defendant-accused infringer Camtek appealed the district court’s judgment for relief from the district court’s contempt order and order finding willfulness. CAFC …

CAFC affirms denial of permanent injunction for patent infringement of design patents and trade dress dilution. CAFC vacates and remands on the issue of irreparable harm as to the utility patents.

  Case: Apple Inc. v. Samsung Elecs. Co., No. 2013-1129 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 18, 2013) (precedential). On appeal from N.D. Cal. Before Prost, Bryson, and O’Malley. Procedural Posture: Plaintiff-patentee Apple appealed the district court’s denial of a permanent injunction for patent infringement and trade dress dilution. CAFC affirmed in part, …