This case, KI Ventures, LLC v. Fry’s Electronics (Fed. Cir. Aug. 28, 2014) is really a fun read. The panel reversed the judge’s sua sponte dismissal, with prejudice, of a patent infringement suit. Among other things, the judge had issued an “order on confusion.” (Which is classic Judge Hughes.) You need to read the case to see how much of the transcript the panel quoted (for a reason, I assume) but here’s a sample:
MR. RAMEY: I’m not sure that the design on the front page of that patent is an accurate represen- tation of the claims as they issued.
THE COURT: Why is it here then?
MR. RAMEY: We’re not the ones that drafted the patent.
THE COURT: I’m sorry, you’re stuck with what- ever this thing is. That’s what you own.