By Kevin E. Noonan — The Federal Circuit continued its stringent (if misguided) application of the scope of subject matter eligibility by invalidating claims asserted in CardioNet, LLC v. InfoBionic, Inc. The case arose over InfoBionic’s alleged infringement of CardioNet’s U.S. Patent No. 7,099,715; claims 1, 11, and 20 are illustrative: 1. A machine-implemented method comprising: identifying heart beats in a sensed cardiac signal; activating a frequency domain T wave filter, used in said identifying heart beats, in response to a message from a monitoring station generated at least in part based upon discovery of a predetermined characteristic in the…
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