Catalog Distributed at Conference (Not “Open to the Public”) Is Publicly Accessible By Joseph Herndon — GoPro, Inc. appealed from final written decisions of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board in two inter partes review (IPR) proceedings. In the proceedings, the Board found that the petitioner, GoPro, did not demonstrate that the challenged claims were unpatentable as obvious, and based this decision on its finding that a certain GoPro catalog was not a prior art printed publication. The sole issue on appeal is whether the GoPro catalog is prior art. Contour IP Holding LLC owns U.S. Patent Nos. 8,890,954 and…
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