Wealth of Ideas Newsletter, June 2014
This month, the Supreme Court ruled on three important, patent-related cases. The first involves the scope of a patent’s claims, the second addresses inducement of infringement, and the third deals with the patentability of abstract ideas.
Nautilus, Inc. v. BioSig Instruments, Inc.
The plaintiff in this case, Nautilus, is the Vancouver, Washington-based manufacturer of the well-known TreadClimber® and Bowflex® home exercise products, and Schwinn® indoor cycling products.