New Paris-Based Company Sued for Alleged Patent Infringement

Indiana Intellectual Property Law

Johnson claims it owns multiple utility and design patents including those at issue in this case, U.S. Patent Nos. 11,022,332 , 10,684,029 , 10,528,013 , 8,826,165 , 8,190,728 , D788,785 , D924,888 , D924,890 (collectively, “Asserted Patents”). New Litigation Patent Infringemen

Netsoft Holdings, LLC Sued for Alleged Patent Infringement

Indiana Intellectual Property Law

Patent No. 9,261,365 (the “‘365 Patent”). The ‘365 Patent is titled “Device, System and Method for Remotely Entering, Storing and Sharing Addresses for a Positional Information Device.” New Litigation Patent Infringement

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Fishers-Based Formstack, LLC Sued for Alleged Patent Infringement

Indiana Intellectual Property Law

Patent No. 9,054,860 (the “‘860 Patent”) for a Digital Verified Identification System and Method. According to the Complaint, Formstack, LLC (“Formstack”), the Defendant, offers at least one Product, Formstack Sign, that infringes one or more claims of the ‘860 Patent.

Michigan City Resident Sues Numerous Retailers for Alleged Patent Infringement

Indiana Intellectual Property Law

Cross, the Plaintiff is the owner of three design patents for convertible t-shirt designs, U.S. Patent Nos. D/580,633, D/581,136 , and D/341,471 (collectively, the “Patents in Suit”). due to settlement and a Patent Trial and Appeal Board decision regarding the ‘471 Patent.

Local Radio Networks LLC Sued for Alleged Patent Infringement

Indiana Intellectual Property Law

Patent Nos. 7,860,448 and 7,412,203 (the “Patents in Suit”). The Patents in Suit relate to methods and computer programs for localizing broadcast content and an apparatus for operating a broadcast network, respectively. New Litigation Patent Infringement

Elanco Animal Health, Inc. Sued for Alleged Patent Infringement

Indiana Intellectual Property Law

Vaxxinova is the owner of three patents at issue, all entitled “Immunizing Compositions and Methods of Use,” U.S. Patent Nos. 8,282,941 , 7,943,150 , and 7,943,151 (collectively the “Patents in Suit”). New Litigation Patent Infringement

Can Prisoners Sue for Patent Infringement?

Intellectual Property Brief

On August 20, 2020, the Federal Circuit held that patent owner Walter A. for patent infringement because Tormasi was barred from conducting business due to his status as a New Jersey inmate. Apparently, inmates do not have the right to sue to enforce their valuable patent rights.

Patent Infringement Pleading Standards Remain Unsettled Five Years After the Abrogation of Form 18 – Part 2: Pleading Standards in Delaware

Intellectual Property Law Blog

December 1, 2020 marked the five-year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s abrogation of Form 18—the model complaint that provided the minimum requirements for stating a claim of direct infringement. Courts, however, have diverged in applying Iqbal and Twombly to patent cases.

How are damages calculated in patent infringement cases?

IP Blog

Not only does patent infringement forestall individual innovation, but when occurring unimpeded on a broad scale, it also effectively puts entire markets into holding patterns. Patents IP management

Failed Startup Resurrected to File Patent Infringement Suits?

LexBlog IP

That’s the question posed by a recent spate of lawsuits brought against Apple and Google by Jawbone Innovations LLC alleging patent infringement on the part of the tech giants.

Atty DQ'd In Ford Patent Infringement Case In Delaware

IP Law 360

A Delaware federal judge has barred an attorney from representing himself in a patent infringement suit he filed against Ford, saying he must be disqualified because he is also likely to be called on as a material witness in the case

Peloton Beats Rival's Patent Infringement Suit

IP Law 360

A Texas federal judge dismissed, without prejudice, claims that Peloton is infringing two of its rival's patents, ruling Wednesday that the patents are abstract but stopping short of finding them ineligible under the U.S.

Patent Infringement Suit Dismissed for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction

Indiana Intellectual Property Law

New Albany, Indiana – Chief Judge Tanya Walton Pratt for the Southern District of Indiana dismissed a patent infringement suit filed by Plaintiff, Eddie M. infringed on his U.S. Patent No.

FCA upholds reconsideration decision maintaining $100M+ award against Apotex for cefaclor patent infringement

JD Supra Law

On July 23, 2021, the Federal Court of Appeal (FCA) dismissed Apotex’s appeal of the Federal Court’s (FC) reconsideration decision on the quantum of damages owed by Apotex for its infringement of eight Eli Lilly process patents related to the antibiotic cefaclor: Apotex Inc.

A Goldilocks Dilemma: What is the “Right Amount” When Pleading Patent Infringement Cases?

JD Supra Law

Addressing the issue of pleading requirements for patent infringement cases, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit clarified that patentees need not prove their case at the pleading stage on an element-by-element basis but can plead themselves out of court by presenting facts that are inconsistent with their infringement claims.

Federal Circuit Clarifies Standards for Willful Infringement and Enhanced Damages While Reinstating, Affirming-in-Part and Reversing-in-Part Findings and Awards Below by the District of Delaware in Patent Infringement Action

Delaware Intellectual Property Litigation Blog

1923, 1932, it did not intend to create a heightened requirement for willful infringement. The Federal Circuit clarified that “the concept of ‘willfulness’ requires a jury to find no more than deliberate or intentional infringement.”

The Use Of The Hatch-Waxman Safe Harbor In Patent Infringement Cases

JD Supra Law

The Utility of Patents and Infringement- Patent protection in the pharmaceutical industry is a very valuable tool used, not only to protect the property rights of a potential new drug, but also, to protect a potential revenue stream large enough to allow recovery of costs associated with the development of a drug.

What you need to know about sending a patent infringement warning letter in China

IAM Magazine

Analysis Analysis: Legal Litigation Non-Practising Entities PatentsWith quintuple damages for wilful IP violations now available, putting parties on notice may well pay dividends - however, there are dangers too.

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District of Delaware Denies Defendants’ Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings in Patent Infringement Action

Delaware Intellectual Property Litigation Blog

By way of background, Plaintiff SIPCO is a research, development and technology company that was assigned various patents by its founder, T. On February 13, 2020, SIPCO advised defendant Aruba, a subsidiary of defendant Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, in writing that, it infringed certain SIPCO patents through Aruba’s sale of certain products. Patent Numbers 8,335,304 (“the ‘304 patent”) (Count III) and 8,924,587 (“the ‘587 patent”) (Count IV).

Supreme Court Upholds, but Limits, Patent Infringement Defense of “Assignor Estoppel”

JD Supra Law

Supreme Court recently decided a case resolving a patent dispute between two medical device companies, Hologic, Inc. The U.S. and Minerva Surgical.

Chilisin Hit With Nearly $1.9M Patent Infringement Verdict

IP Law 360

million verdict Wednesday after finding the company willfully infringed rival manufacturer Cyntec Co. s patents covering electrical circuit technology A California federal jury slapped Taiwanese manufacturer Chilisin Electronics Corp. with a nearly $1.9

What you need to know about sending a patent infringement warning letter in China

IAM Magazine

Analysis Analysis: Legal Litigation Non-Practising Entities PatentsWith quintuple damages for wilful IP violations now available, putting parties on notice may well pay dividends - however, there are dangers too.

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Fish & Richardson Obtains Settlement and License Agreement for Skull Shaver in Patent Infringement Dispute with Magicfly

Fish & Richardson Trademark & Copyright Thoughts

Fish & Richardson obtained a settlement and license agreement for Skull Shaver, LLC, the market leader in uniquely designed and patented handheld electric shavers and personal grooming products, in a patent infringement lawsuit against Magicfly LLC. Patent No. 8,726,528 (“the ’528 Patent”). The investigation and district court case remain active against the remaining companies accused of infringing Skull Shaver’s ’528 Patent.

Omni Medsci Inc v. Apple Inc: Who Has The Standing To Sue For Patent Infringement, The University Or The Professor’s Company?

JD Supra Law

Since the Supreme Court approved the Federal Circuit’s formulation in 2011, the words necessary to effectuate an assignment of intellectual property from an employee to an employer has been clear. See Bd. of Trustees of Leland Stanford Jr. Univ. Roche Mol. 583 F.3d 832, 842, aff’d, 563 U.S.

Federal Circuit Clarifies Standards for Willful Infringement and Enhanced Damages While Reinstating, Affirming-in-Part and Reversing-in-Part Findings and Awards Below by the District of Delaware in Patent Infringement Action

JD Supra Law

By Memorandum Opinion entered on appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Delaware in SRI International, Inc. Cisco Systems, Inc., Case 20-1685 (Fed.

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Let’s Put this Myth to Bed: The Eastern District of Texas is Not Plaintiff-Friendly

IP Watchdog

Judge Gilstrap is well known throughout the country as the jurist with who, over the last decade, has had the largest docket of patent infringement cases, including virtually every patent case filed in the Eastern District of Texas.

Thomas Edison and the Consumer Welfare Benefits of Patent Enforcement

IP Watchdog

Would you believe the following scenario could happen under our patent system?

‘Grand Theft Auto’ Game Makers Score Win at CAFC with Non-Infringement Ruling

IP Watchdog

On October 4, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) affirmed-in-part the claim construction and summary judgment of non-infringement ruling made by the U.S. In July of 2000, Acceleration Bay filed four patents: U.S. Patent Nos.

CAFC Clarifies Standard for Damages Under Patent Marking Statute

IP Watchdog

District Court for the Central District of California that had awarded damages to Lubby Holdings LLC for patent infringement by Henry Chung. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC), in a precedential opinion authored by Judge Dyk, partially reversed a ruling by the U.S.

Federal Circuit Upholds Delaware Court’s Inequitable Conduct Analysis

IP Watchdog

Patent No. for infringement of the ‘197 patent under the Hatch-Waxman Act, but the district court found that the Belcher Chief Science Officer withheld material information from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) during patent prosecution, and the CAFC affirmed.

Government Must Reform the ITC to Keep Pace with Innovation and Curb Trolls

IP Watchdog

Courts Guest Contributors Inventors Information IP News IPWatchdog Articles Legislation Litigation Patents Technology & Innovation Congress innovation intellectual property International Trade Commission ITC legislation patent infringement Patent Litigation Patent Trolls patents technology

Patent Damages Laws Regarding Apportionment are Inapplicable to Breach of Contract (FRAND) Claims

IP Watchdog

case number 19-40643: are patent laws regarding what constitutes a reasonable royalty applicable to questions of compliance with FRAND-related contractual obligations?

Federal Circuit Clarifies Standards for Willful Infringement and Enhanced Damages While Reinstating, Affirming-in-Part and Reversing-in-Part Findings and Awards Below by the District of Delaware in Patent Infringement Action

LexBlog IP

1923, 1932, it did not intend to create a heightened requirement for willful infringement. The Federal Circuit clarified that “the concept of ‘willfulness’ requires a jury to find no more than deliberate or intentional infringement.”

CAFC Again Says Teva Induced Infringement on Carvedilol, Assures Holding Narrowly Applies

IP Watchdog

Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) on Thursday underscored its October 2020 ruling that generic company, Teva Pharmaceuticals, was liable for induced infringement of GlaxoSmithKline’s (GSK’s) patent directed to a method of treating Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) using carvedilol.

Teva Wins One, Loses Two at CAFC in Migraine Treatment Patent Cases

IP Watchdog

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit today issued two precedential decisions and one nonprecedential decision in cases involving Teva Pharmaceuticals and Eli Lilly, delivering wins and losses for each company.

In Partial Reversal of District Court, CAFC Explains that ‘Hair-Splitting’ is Key to Literal Infringement Analysis

IP Watchdog

Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC), with Judge Stoll writing, earlier today reversed a denial of judgment as a matter of law (JMOL) of no infringement relating to U.S. Patent No. The patent does this through “through the use of a feedback loop and lookup tables.”.

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Fifth Circuit Affirms Texas Court’s Judgment that Ericsson Complied with FRAND Obligations

IP Watchdog

per 4G device to license its standard essential patents for mobile devices. per device for the patents under a 2014 licensing agreement, in 2016 the company independently assessed the value of Ericsson’s patents and ultimately proposed a rate of $0.10 The U.S.

Federal Circuit Kills PersonalWeb’s ‘Content-Based Identifier’ Patent Claims Under 101

IP Watchdog

that PersonalWeb Technologies' patent claims were ineligible under Section 101. The case has a long history and the CAFC has dealt with the patented technology before. The specific patents at issue here are U.S. Patent Nos. The U.S.

Federal Circuit Slams USPTO for Granting Ex Parte Reexam to Serial IPR Filer

IP Watchdog

Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) ruled today in a precedential opinion that Alarm.com, which was denied institution on three inter partes review (IPR) petitions it filed against patents owned by Vivint, Inc., The U.S.

CAFC Reverses Massive Jury Verdict for Juno and Sloan Kettering

IP Watchdog

Patent No. The patent generally covers cancer immunotherapy technology. for infringement of the ‘190 patent through the sale of its YESCARTA product. Courts District Courts Federal Circuit IP News IPWatchdog Articles Litigation Patents Ariad Pharmaceuticals v.

CAFC Affirms Eastern Texas Rulings of Noninfringement for Telecom Companies

IP Watchdog

District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, holding that neither Verizon Wireless and Sprint Communications nor Nokia Solutions infringed Traxcell Technologies LLC’s patents. The four patents are U.S. Patent Nos.

All About Provisional Patent Applications

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For easing the mode of filing a patent and claiming the subject matter contained therein, there are two basic approaches, namely provisional patent application and complete patent application. What is a Provisional Patent Application?

Senate Judiciary Committee Advances Legislation to Reduce Drug Prices, Rein in Pharma Industry Practices

IP Watchdog

Earlier today, the Senate Judiciary Committee held an Executive Business Meeting in which the Committee discussed and favorably reported four bills aimed at reducing prescription drug prices for consumers and curbing perceived abuses of the patent system by brand pharmaceutical companies.