The Supreme Court has four patent cases on the docket, and claim construction is sure to be an underlying theme in all of them, write Scott McBride and Troy Groetken. The high court should consider the rules surrounding claim construction, a substantive issue that was tackled by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in a case known as Phillips v. AWH Corp. in 2005, McBride and Groetken write.

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