Federal Circuit Reverses Board in Two IPR Decisions By Joseph Herndon — In International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) v. Iancu, the Federal Circuit found that the Board’s interpretation of key claim limitations was incorrect resulting in the Board’s decisions having errors. IBM owns U.S. Patent No. 7,631,346, entitled “Method and System for a Runtime User Account Creation Operation Within a Single-Sign-On Process in a Federated Computing Environment.” At the behest of several private companies (who have settled and are not parties here), the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, acting as delegee of the USPTO Director, instituted two related inter partes…
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