The O2 Micro Solution To The O2 Micro Conundrum

Part 1

December 7, 2011

Law360, New York -- Three years ago, the Federal Circuit issued its decision in O2 Micro International Ltd. v. Beyond Innovation Technology Co., addressing the district court's "duty" to resolve claim construction disputes.[1] Since that time, patent litigants have presented the decision as a requirement that courts address parties' claim construction disputes before trial, regardless of when a request for construction occurs.

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