IPWatchdog’s Patent Litigation Masters: Waving a Wand to Fix U.S. Patent Litigation

IP Watchdog

Day two of IPWatchdog’s Patent Litigation Masters Program yesterday included panels on IP Finance, Mega Verdicts in Patent Litigation, Expert Witnesses and the Fintiv Saga.

Ramey & Schwaller is Seeking a Litigation Attorney

IP Watchdog

Ramey & Schwaller is looking for a litigation attorney with 3-5 years of litigation experience in federal court. This is a fun, very active position with immediate exposure to all aspects of patent litigation.

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Report: ANDA Litigation is Declining

IP Watchdog

Last week, Patexia released its second annual ANDA Litigation Intelligence Report in which we covered the rankings, statistics and comprehensive analysis of abbreviated new drug application (ANDA) and Hatch-Waxman stakeholders.

Hermès’ Challenge of ‘MetaBirkin’ NFTs Foretells Future Trademark Litigation Trends

IP Watchdog

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Blockchain Patents and Litigation

JD Supra Law

Blockchain has the potential to be the new frontier of innovation and a disruptor of existing technologies, and with this, has the potential for significant patent litigation.

Ramey & Schwaller is Seeking a Litigation Attorney

IP Watchdog

Ramey & Schwaller, LLP is looking for a litigation attorney with 3-5 years of litigation experience in federal court. This is a fun, very active full-time permanent position with immediate exposure to all aspects of patent litigation.

Ramey LLP is Seeking a Litigation Attorney

IP Watchdog

Ramey LLP is looking for a litigation attorney with at least 3 years of litigation experience. This is a fun, very active position with immediate exposure to all aspects of patent litigation.

Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath is Seeking an IP Litigation Associate

IP Watchdog

Faegre Drinker is actively recruiting a litigation associate to join their thriving Intellectual Property practice. jobs Legal Position Litigation Attorney Position Litigation Attorneys litigation jobs Litigation Lawyers

Understanding the Challenges of Patent Litigation Discovery

IP.com

The post Understanding the Challenges of Patent Litigation Discovery appeared first on IP.com - IP Innovation and Analytics. Patent Filing & Litigation

Litigation Under COVID 19 in Colombia

Olartemoure Blog

COVID 19 quarantines and social distancing have upset every single part of our lives, and litigation in Colombia has definitely not been the exception. So, how is litigation being handled at the moment in Colombia? Partner | Litigation and ADR Director.

SEP/FRAND Disputes: Arbitration or Litigation?

JD Supra Law

Disputes as to the licensing of standard-essential patents (SEP) and determination of fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) terms are typically resolved through either negotiation or litigation in national courts.

Three Considerations for Defendants in NPE Patent Litigation

JD Supra Law

The first that many companies hear about patent litigation filed by a non-practicing entity (“NPE”) is when they receive a complaint initiating litigation. And the chances of being on the receiving end of NPE litigation are trending upward.

New IP Monetization Models Will Rely Less on Litigation in 2022

IP Watchdog

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Is Commercial Agency Litigation in Colombia over?

Olartemoure Blog

Such broad definition traditionally implies that almost every commercial relationship will end in a Commercial Agency litigation if not properly limited by the parties from its beginning. Felipe Acosta Partner | Litigation and ADR Director felipe.acosta@olartemoure.com.

Barclay Damon is Seeking an IP Litigation Associate

IP Watchdog

Barclay Damon LLP, a leading law firm of nearly 300 attorneys that operates from a strategic platform of offices located in the Northeastern United States and Toronto, is seeking an associate to support its intellectual property litigation team on a full-time, permanent basis.

What Types of Litigation Finance Are Available?

JD Supra Law

The rise of litigation financing is inspiring more plaintiff’s attorneys to investigate the benefits of seeking outside investment to build a strong case for their clients.

Patent Filings Roundup: Litigation Finance Disclosures in Delaware Standardized; Impossible Burger Patent Challenged; Slew of Discretionary Denials

IP Watchdog

With an average 33 Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) filings (one post grant review, the rest inter partes reviews[IPRs]), a relatively high number (89) of district court terminations (including some high-profile settlements), and a somewhat low number (63) of suits this week, we are rolling into May. Chief Judge Connolly of the U.S.

“Pulp Fiction” and Beyond: The Future of NFT Litigation

JD Supra Law

This article explains how a recent headline-grabbing case over rights in the 1994 film “Pulp Fiction” is a harbinger of NFT-related litigation to come.

2021 Year in Review: Noteworthy Precedent for Patent Litigators

JD Supra Law

As the world marched forward in the face of the lingering covid-19 global pandemic, the Supreme Court and Federal Circuit followed suit, issuing several noteworthy decisions of which patent litigators should be aware in 2022.

ANDA Litigation Settlements - Summer 2021

JD Supra Law

This chart summarizes the case name, drug, patents-in-suit, and publicly available terms for reported settlements in federal district court cases that are filed pursuant to the Hatch-Waxman Act. By: Robins Kaplan LLP

More fantasy sports litigation

Likelihood of Confusion

The post More fantasy sports litigation appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. We wrote in the past about the bogus “right of publicity” issue and the unsuccessful attempt by major league sports to claim ownership in statistics and grab a piece of.

Upcoming Webinar Series! Commercial Litigation Outlook: Insights and Predictions for Litigation Trends in 2022

Trading Secrets

In the second annual installment of Seyfarth Shaw’s Commercial Litigation Outlook , our nationally-recognized team provides keen insights about what to expect in 2022. Other key trends in the commercial litigation space addressed in these webinars are: Antitrust. eDiscovery Litigation.

USPTO Provides Guidance on PTAB Discretionary Denials of Challenges Based on Parallel Litigation

JD Supra Law

On June 22, 2022, the U.S.

Minnesota Patent Litigation Wrap-Up - Q1 2022

JD Supra Law

This post continues our summary of substantive orders in patent litigation in the District of Minnesota. This summary includes discovery relevant to willfulness findings, stays under the customer suit exception, and preliminary injunctions. By: Fish & Richardson

Second Circuit Rebukes District Court in Two-Decade Old Patsy’s Pizza Litigation

IP Watchdog

The decision is related to two decades of litigation. Circuit Courts of Appeal Courts District Courts IP News IPWatchdog Articles Litigation Trademark intellectual property likelihood of confusion Patsy's Brand Patsy's Pizza trademark trademarks U.S. On August 17, in the case of I.O.B.

Reed Smith is Seeking a Mid Level IP Litigation Associate

IP Watchdog

The Intellectual Property Group of Reed Smith is looking to hire a Mid-Level Associate with a bachelor’s degree in computer science or electrical engineering or a more advanced degree in biotechnology to join its Chicago, Houston, or San Francisco office.

Patent Litigation Update – July 2021

JD Supra Law

Fortress’s Two-Billion Dollar Verdict Against Intel Highlights a Patent Litigation Gold Rush Among Investment Firms - Recent years have seen steady growth in investment firms entering the patent litigation space.

Trademark & Copyright Litigation Update – June 2022

JD Supra Law

Legal Considerations in Terminating Sublicense Agreements - It is a well-established principle in the United States that a trademark license is terminable at will. Menendez v. Holt, 128 U.S. 514, 524 (1888).

NPE litigation in the US bounces back

IAM Magazine

Analysis Analysis: Market Litigation Market Developments Non-Practising Entities Patents

Patent Filings Roundup: Litigation Funding WAGs the Dog; Funded Western District Semiconductor Campaign Sees IPRs Filed

IP Watchdog

who filed five against the litigation financed entity (Fullbrite Capital Partners, LLC), and six filed by Lumenis Ltd. in an apparent litigation-free freedom-to-operate action.

Doctrine of Equivalents in Patent Litigation

Patently-O

15 years ago, several studies announced the “death of the doctrine of equivalents” post Festo. The chart below shows that courts have continued to write opinions about the DOE, and there have been several major cases where the doctrine was an important element of the patentee’s win.

Day One of Patent Litigation Masters: We Must Become Ambassadors for the U.S. Patent System Again

IP Watchdog

Speakers on day one of IPWatchdog’s Patent Litigation Masters program acknowledged that it’s easy for patent owners to become frustrated and disconsolate about how far the pendulum has swung away from encouraging effective patent protection but urged attendees to continue speaking up.

Patent Litigation Masters in May

LexBlog IP

For those seeking some quality CLE this month, consider the second annual Patent Litigation Masters™ 2022 program, presented by IPWatchdog® this coming May 23rd-24th. If it happens as a part of litigating patents in the U.S., CLE This Month.

Patent Filings Roundup: Heavy District Court Docket Sees Fortress Biotech ANDA Litigation; WePay Expands GUI Design Patent Assertion Against Major Online Payment Systems

IP Watchdog

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Minnesota Patent Litigation Wrap-Up: Q1 2022

Fish & Richardson Trademark & Copyright Thoughts

This post continues our summary of substantive orders in patent litigation in the District of Minnesota. A specific exception relevant to patent litigation, however, is the “customer suit” exception.

Voiceprints and Biometric Litigation

LexBlog IP

However, as more companies implement these technologies, the risk of litigation for failure to comply with biometrics laws increases. According to a report published in March 2022 by Global Market Insights Inc., the global market valuation for voice recognition technology will reach approximately $10 billion by 2028.

Why Delaware's order to disclose litigation funding matters

Managing IP

Sources at funders, law firms and an NPE debate what chief judge Colm Connolly’s standing order means for discovery and settlements in Delaware

UK injunction shift forces pharma to change tack on litigation

Managing IP

In-house and private practice counsel say UK judges have raised the bar for preliminary injunction requests. Default Analysis Europe IP Strategy Patents Life sciences

Patent litigation – a global undertaking

IAM Magazine

A patentee that wishes to most effectively enforce its portfolio can often choose from forums across the United States and worldwide. Supplement article

Copyright Litigation and Recent Developments: Spring 2022

JD Supra Law

In our May 2022 copyright update, Manatt’s attorneys summarize recent decisions of interest from the U.S. courts and Copyright Office, and highlight other matters that we’re watching in the coming months. By: Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP