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Complaint Sheltered From Dismissal In Patent Row Over Personal Tents
A recent opinion from Judge Shea in the District of Connecticut sheds important light on the sufficiency of pleadings in declaratory judgment patent cases.
United States
28 Mar 2018
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Supreme Court Restricts Patent Venue
In a landmark decision, the Supreme Court unanimously overturned the Federal Circuit's VE Holding opinion, which had permitted patent defendants to be sued in any forum in which they were subject to personal jurisdiction.
United States
24 May 2017
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Supreme Court Rejects Laches Defense In Patent Cases
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled this week that laches is not a defense in the majority of patent cases. Justice Alito, writing for the 7-1 majority, found the application of laches to patent disputes incompatible with the six-year statute of limitations found in 35 U.S.C. § 286.
United States
27 Mar 2017
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Rampage's Patent Suit Inks A Partial Victory In Surviving Motion To Dismiss
Judge Allison Burroughs of the District of Massachusetts recently issued a decision that provides much-needed insight into pleading standards in patent cases.
United States
9 Feb 2017
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Future And Unreleased Products Can't Drive Litigation
In a recent decision out of the District of Massachusetts, Judge Talwani provided litigants with insights into patent subject matter jurisdiction in declaratory judgment actions.
United States
5 Dec 2016
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Accused Infringer Puts The Screws On Patentee
The fact that the claims survived an anticipation challenge, however, did not mean that they would survive an obviousness challenge based on the same prior art references.
United States
17 Oct 2016
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In Onboard Wi-Fi Case, Covenant Not To Sue Has Wide Range
Judge Jeffrey Alker Meyer of the District of Connecticut recently released an opinion that is significant to litigants on either side of a covenant not to sue.
United States
3 May 2016
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Blink And You'll Miss Your Window To Intervene In An Infringement Suit
Judge Indira Talwani emphasized the importance of timely intervention in any patent infringement suit, in a recent opinion out of the District of Massachusetts.
United States
10 Mar 2016
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District Judge Finds Some Claims Precluded, Others Not – By A Degree
The case arose out of Exergen's ongoing litigations over forehead scanning thermometer technology.
United States
4 Jan 2016
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Massachusetts Court Takes The Temperature Of Defendant's Inequitable Conduct Claim On Summary Judgment
In a recent decision out of the District of Massachusetts, Judge Stearns assessed Kaz's inequitable conduct defense on summary judgment – and found it to come up short by a degree.
United States
11 Nov 2015
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Massachusetts Court Sheds Light On Deposition Privilege Waiver Issues
Chief Judge Patti Saris of the District of Massachusetts has issued a significant opinion on privilege waivers in the Trustees of Boston University v. Everlight Electronics case.
United States
29 Jun 2015
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Conflicting Expert Opinions Prevent Summary Judgment
A recent summary judgment opinion by Judge Patti B. Saris highlights the importance of expert testimony in substantiating factual disputes and withstanding summary judgment.
United States
5 Jun 2015
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LevelUp’s Pursuit of Attorney’s Fees Goes Up to the Federal Circuit Level
In an interesting case before Judge Timothy S. Hillman in the District of Massachusetts, a dispute over whether attorney’s fees should be granted is moving up to the Federal Circuit.
United States
9 May 2015
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Locating Time Frames For The Hypothetical Negotiation
In determining a reasonable royalty for patent infringement damages, district courts often use the hypothetical negotiation analysis.
United States
23 Mar 2015
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Limiting The Number Of Patent Claims At Trial
Trial was scheduled for next week, but Boston-based Skyhook and Google, Inc. reached a settlement, according to a Court paper filed yesterday.
United States
10 Mar 2015
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EveryScape’s Patents Hit Their Vanishing Point
Last week, a federal jury in Massachusetts delivered a verdict in favor of patent-defendant Adobe Systems, invalidating all asserted claims of EveryScape’s two asserted patents.
United States
11 Feb 2015
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