Issues: (1) What standard determines whether a patent claim is “directed to”
a patent-ineligible concept under step one of
the Court’s two-step framework for determining whether an invention is eligible for
patenting under 35 U.S.C. § 101; and (2) whether a movant seeking a ruling of patent ineligibility under Section 101 as a matter of
law can prevail on step two when the movant
submits no evidence of what was well-known,
routine and conventional in the industry as of
the date of invention.
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