Federal Circuit Upholds Invalidity of Video Game Patent Despite Board’s Incorrect Claim Construction By Joseph Herndon — CG Technology Development, LLC (CG Tech) appealed the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s Final Written Decision holding that the claims of U.S. Patent RE39,818 would have been obvious. The Federal Circuit found that even though the disputed limitations in the claims were improperly construed, the claims were nevertheless invalid under the proper construction. Initially, FanDuel, Inc., DraftKings, Inc., and bwin.party Digital Entertainment, PLC (collectively, Appellees) petitioned for inter partes review of U.S. Patent No. RE39,818. The ‘818 patent describes a video game system…
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