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Saturday, July 30, 2005
Beckson Marine v. NFM
Beckson Marine owns a patent on a self-draining, leak-proof boat window. The C.A.F.C. construed the term "hingedly connecting" as a means-plus-function limitation, because the specification did not clearly indicate the structure.
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