In Titanium Metals Corp. v. Banner[1], the Federal Circuit notably held that it is “an elementary principle of patent law” that when a claim recites a numerical range, the claimed range is anticipated by a prior art reference that discloses a point or an example within that range.  Accordingly, when seeking to anticipate

Remands and reversals of the Board are relatively rare.  Nonetheless, the Federal Circuit has vacated or reversed PTAB decisions every so often for adopting an erroneous claim construction.[1]  Most recently, in Owens Corning v. Fast Felt Corp., 2016-2613 (Fed. Cir. Oct. 11, 2017), the Federal Circuit reversed the PTAB’s decision upholding the challenged