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New and Useful - April 23, 2013
April 23, 2013

    · InK-Tech Telecoms v. Time Warner Cable, the Federal Circuit confirmed that the standard for evaluating the adequacy of complaints alleging direct patent infringement remains Form 18 of the Appendix of Forms to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure ("Form 18"). K-Tech filed separate complaints against Direct TV and Time Warner Cable (“TWC”) on the same day, alleging infringeme....... Read More


    New and Useful - March 15, 2013
    March 15, 2013

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      Another Billion Dollar Patent Verdict
      January 03, 2013

        Another billion dollar verdict has been handed out in a patent case. Read the verdict in Carnegie Mellon University v. Marvell Technology Group, LTD. here. This latest case continues a string of billion dollar verdicts highlighted by Jonathan Kennedy in the latest edition of MVS Briefs. Carnegie Mellon brought suit alleging infringement of two of its patents, Patent No. 6,201,839 and Patent No. 6,438,180, relat....... Read More


        Compliance with industry standards can be used to show patent infringement
        September 27, 2010

          In Fujitsu et al v. Netgear, the Federal Circuit held compliance with an industry standard can be sufficient evidence to establish patent infringement. However, this rule only applies when the only way to adhere to the industry standard is to infringe the asserted patent, such that any product that complies with the standard infringes. In this case, the court determined that a party could comply with the standar....... Read More


          Comparison of Commercial Products not the vehicle to analyze equivalence
          February 27, 2007

            In a second appearance before the Federal Circuit, AquaTex again appealed a decision of the District Court that Techniche Solutions' Cooling Apparel did not infringe their U.S. Patent No. 6,371,977 for a protective multi-layered liquid retaining composition. The Federal Circuit had previously affirmed the lower court's finding of no literal infringement while remanding the case back to the District Court for furt....... Read More


            Federal Circuit reverses claim construction but affirms infringement
            November 16, 2006

              Abraxis Bioscience (formerly AstraZeneca) is the holder of three patents on an improved formulation of an anesthetic, DIPRIVAN?. Prior formulations had the problem of increasing postoperative infections. The inventors discovered that by adding disodium edetate as an antimicrobial agent. This addition allowed DIPRIVAN? to be administered for up to 24 hours without a significant increased risk of infection. Mayn....... Read More


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