Issue: (1) Whether a computer software manufacturer
may be liable for direct infringement of a patent drawn
to computer instructions where the software, as
shipped, does not contain sufficient instructions to perform
the claimed operations; (2) whether flaws in an expert’s methodology may
be raised as part of a challenge to the sufficiency of the
evidence or only to the testimony’s admissibility; and (3) whether a patent infringement action should
be stayed where the Patent Trial and Appeal Board has
declared invalid all patent claims at issue in the infringement
action and the defendant, which sought
such review at the first opportunity, might otherwise
be compelled to pay an enormous damages judgment
and be subjected to a permanent injunction on the basis
of the invalid claims.
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