On March 19, William Nixon (email@example.com) and Allison Gaul (firstname.lastname@example.org) of the Electrical, Computer, and Software group provided a seminar for our Japanese colleagues on the recent Federal Circuit decision in SIMO Holdings, Inc, v. Hong Kong Ucloudlink Network Technology Limited (“SIMO Holdings”). The decision focused on claim language and the interpretation of confusing language by the Court. The participants then discussed solutions to problems with confusing claim language, especially when the original language is based on a foreign priority application. The group ended the discussion with a short presentation on the Cherry Blossom celebrations in Japan.
If you would like to discuss the decision in SIMO Holdings, then please contact Bill or Allison at the email addresses listed above.