Tranxition Patents Found To Be Invalid

Lenovo
Judge Marco Hernandez in the District of Oregon has ruled that Tranxition’s U.S. Patents 6,728,877 and 7,346,766 are invalid under Section 101 of the Patent Act. In the case Transition v. Lenovo, the defendant filed a Motion for Summary Judgement under Section 101, and the court found that the claims were ineligible for a patent because they present an abstract idea without sufficient inventiveness.