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Smarmy Behavior Not Enough For Walker Process Fraud
Decision: Xitronix Corp. v. KLA-Tencor Corp., No. A-14-CA-01113-SS, 2016 WL 7626575 (W.D. Tex. Aug. 26, 2016), aff'd Rule 36, No. 16-2746 (Fed. Cir. May 23, 2019)
United States
17 Jun 2019
A Patent Seller Who Fails To Disclose A Prior License May Be Liable For Damages To The Purchaser Measured At The Time The Agreement Is Negotiated
The Eleventh Circuit found the amount of damages resulting from fraud and breach of an asset purchase agreement should be assessed at the time the agreement was negotiated
United States
13 Dec 2018
IP Crime And Enforcement Report: 2017 To 2018
The annual IP crime and enforcement report published by the UK IPO and IP Crime Group provides an insight into statistical data and emerging trends in counterfeiting and piracy in the UK and overseas.
23 Nov 2018
The Computer Fraud And Abuse Act And Third-Party Web Scrapers
"Web scraping,'' also known as ‘‘web data extraction'' or ‘‘web harvesting,'' is the process of extracting data from websites using automated software solutions, known as ‘‘bots'' or ‘‘spiders.''
United States
9 Nov 2018
Court Reiterates That Standard For Recovering Attorney Fees Under Lanham Act Is High
On October 31, 2017, the Western District of Missouri denied a request for attorney fees that was based only on a successful defense against false advertising claims.
United States
4 Dec 2017
USPTO To Hold Roundtable On Fraudulent Trademark Solicitations
The USPTO has announced that on July 26, 2017, the Trademark Organization and the Trademark Public Advisory Committee plan to hold a roundtable discussion on fraudulent trademark solicitations.
United States
22 May 2017
TTAB Finds Insufficient Evidence Of Intent To Defraud The USPTO
On January 21, 2016, the TTAB granted a motion for summary judgment finding that the applicant did not commit fraud on the USPTO.
United States
1 Feb 2016
The Effect of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in eBay v. MercExchange on the Biopharmaceutical Industry
Historically, a permanent injunction was granted almost as a matter of right after a holding of patent infringement, a virtual automatic injunction. A compulsory licence was rarely a remedy. That all changed, however, on May 15, 2006, when the Supreme Court of the United States in the matter of eBay v. MercExchange decided that the virtual automatic issuance of a permanent injunction upon a finding of patent infringement violates traditional principles of equity.1 This ruling signals a fundament
United States
12 Dec 2006
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