Friday, October 15, 2004

CLAIM CONSTRUCTION PROJECT: Professor Polk Wagner has created a web page entitled the "Claim Construction Project" that analyzes the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit's jurisprudence of claim construction—the interpretation of patent claim language—in order to (1) describe and assess that court's performance, (2) improve legal-policy discussion surrounding the court's treatment of the issue, and (3) provide litigators and patent scholars additional tools for analysis. This is an amazing bit or statistical analysis on court methodologies, and even has a "predictor tool" that proclaims "you enter the panel, we'll return the result!".

Dennis Crouch of Patently Obvious reported on this yesterday. I encourage anyone who reads this blog to check out his blog - he has been on top of his game lately, reporting on some fascinating developments in patent law.

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