Oral Argument of the Month — Akamai Tech v. Limelight Networks

The oral argument of the month for the month of June is Akamai Tech v. Limelight Networks which was argued on Monday.  This oral argument is quite interesting — especially if you are dealing with divided infringement issues.  In addition to a lengthy discussion of divided infringement, the judges were also interested in the use of “the present invention” phrase vs. the “preferred embodiment” phrase in the specification.

So far, there has been no opinion in the case.  You can listen to the oral argument here: [Listen].

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