Intamin LTD. v. Magnetar Technologies Corp.

Case Number: CLB0162

Date: 04.18.2007

Citation: (Fed. Cir. Docket No. 05-1546)

When construing a claim element, the ordinary meaning of the term must be considered in the context of the rest of the claim. The claim element may be construed broadly unless other elements of the claim require a narrower construction. Furthermore, to avoid Rule 11 sanctions, a reasonable inquiry before filing an infringement suit may not require complete deconstruction and analysis of the allegedly infringing product.

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