Oral argument of the day: Verizon v. Vonage

I was poking around the case law after reading the Galderma v. Amneal decision and was reminded of the Verizon v. Vonage case from 2007. That is today’s oral argument of the day.

What is particularly fun about the oral argument of Verizon v. Vonage is that then-attorney Taranto — now-Judge Taranto — argued the case in front of Chief Judge Michel and Judges Dyk and Gajarsa.

Here is one sound bite of Judge Dyk pressing then-attorney Taranto about a “present invention” statement in his client’s patent:

You can listen to the oral argument here:

You can read the Verizon v. Vonage opinion [here].

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