Description Date Docket #
READ v. US
United States Federal Circuit
Civil Procedure, Labor & Employment Law
Under United States v. Fausto, 484 US 439 (1988), only the Merit Systems Protection Board, and not the Court of Federal Claims, has authority to...
06/28/2001 00-5070
RAPOPORT v. DEMENT
United States Federal Circuit
Intellectual Property, Patent
Where the asserted prior art discusses treatment of a symptom, but does not anticipate that the discussed method would address the cause, the prior...
06/28/2001 00-1451
DUREL CORP. v. OSRAM SYLVANIA INC.
United States Federal Circuit
Intellectual Property, Patent
The district court is free to use outside sources in its claim construction, such as calculations of atomic mass percent, but not if the resulting...
06/27/2001 00-1261, 00-1391
GART v. LOGITECH, INC.
United States Federal Circuit
Intellectual Property, Patent
The written description of a claim must explicitly limit the subject matter of the patent because drawings will only depict the preferred embodiment...
06/26/2001 00-1088
GROUP ONE, LTD. v HALLMARK CARDS, INC.
United States Federal Circuit
Intellectual Property, Patent
35 USC 102(b), the on-sale bar to patent validity, requires a definite formal offer for sale in the contracts sense.
06/15/2001 00-1014
FURASH & CO. v. US
United States Federal Circuit
Civil Procedure
The non-appropriated funds doctrine, where the Court of Federal Claims lacks jurisdiction over actions in which appropriated funds cannot be used to...
06/13/2001 00-5084
MODROWSKI v. DEP'T OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
United States Federal Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
Where petitioner had a legitimate basis for refusing to cooperate with an investigation until he consulted with counsel, and petitioner did not...
06/13/2001 00-3311
SANDERS v. US
United States Federal Circuit
Contracts, Injury & Tort Law
The United States government's breach of an agreement with a criminal defendant concerning his release on bail after trial gives rise to a claim for...
06/12/2001 01-5035
APOTEX USA, INC. v MERCK & CO., INC.
United States Federal Circuit
Intellectual Property, Patent
Patent invalidation under 35 USC 102(g) only requires proof that the prior invention was made in the United States, and evidence of lack of...
06/08/2001 00-1272
INTERGRAPH CORP. v. INTEL CORP.
United States Federal Circuit
Antitrust & Trade Regulation, Civil Procedure
The discovery of new evidence relating to allegedly anticompetitive behavior does not justify relitigating issues previously dismissed because the...
06/08/2001 00-1368

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