Patent Board's SAP Ruling is First Under New AIA Rules
In the first ruling of its kind since Congress established a new system for reviewing patents, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Offices Patent Trial and Appeal Board ruled Tuesday that a key patent used in a case brought by Versata Inc. against SAP America Inc. is too abstract and therefore invalid.
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