(71) The Markman I court recognized that extrinsic evidence
plays a part
The most problematic and transparently contradictory aspect of the Federal Circuit's post-Cybor claim construction jurisprudence is its treatment of expert testimony and other extrinsic evidence
offered in claim construction hearings.
should not be considered in the absence of ambiguity in the will.
The board held that an examination of extrinsic evidence
did not change the result.
More than a century ago, Professor Thayer, speaking to the complexity of the rule, said, "Few things in our law are darker than this, or fuller of subtle difficulties."(2) While the rule is subject to multiple interpretations and formulations, it generally prohibits the admission of extrinsic evidence
that contradicts or supplements an integrated written agreement.
The Court also noted this as the correct approach to extrinsic evidence
and the ambiguity principle in both noninsurance and insurance contracts.
Unlike most other attempted murder prosecutions for knowing exposure, however, there was no extrinsic evidence
Although Florida allows an insurer to bring extrinsic evidence
to the court when seeking to defeat an obligation to defend, that ability is severely limited by Florida law.
Is there extrinsic evidence
that may conflict with policy language?
McClusky ruled that the DA established the existence of the informant through extrinsic evidence
Such bias and partiality must be established by extrinsic evidence
," the court ruled.
Among the key questions for investigators, Tribe said, would be whether there was "extrinsic evidence
to corroborate or deny Cohen's account of the conversation between Trump and Don Jr".