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"When deciding whether to award attorney fees under § 285, a district court engages in a two-step inquiry."
Finally, defendants submit plaintiffs knew or should have known their expert's opinion fell well short of the Daubert standard. ... This court determined that his entire expert report was not based on any reliable methodology, and strongly criticized his entire infringement analysis, both literal and under the doctrine of equivalents for both patents, as conciusory, without analysis of how each claim element read on or was met by the accused ride.