March 2017

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A recent case from the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit sheds more light on what types of Computer Implemented Inventions might be considered patentable. The patents in this case (Trading Technologies Int., Inc. v. CQG) relate to user interfaces, and in particular to user interfaces designed to facilitate real-time trading. The ’132 and ’304 patents describe and claim a method and system for the electronic trading of stocks, bonds, futures, options and similar products. The patents explain problems that arise when a trader attempts to enter an order at a particular price, but misses the price because the market moved beforeRead More →