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Claim Construction Of "Customary And Ordinary" Meaning Does Not Justify Amendment Of Noninfringement And Invalidity Contentions
Recently, in a patent infringement action pending in the Eastern District of Michigan, Webasto Thermo & Comfort N. Am., Inc. v. BesTop, Inc., No. 2:16-cv-13456.
United States
12 Jun 2019
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Where Both Parties Behave Badly In Litigation, Attorneys' Fees Are Unlikely To Be Awarded
On April 25, 2019, in Int'l Designs Corp., LLC, et. al. v. Hair Art Int'l, Inc., Judge George H. Wu in the Central District of California denied Hair Art's motion for attorneys' fees under 35 U.S.C. § 285.
United States
23 May 2019
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Expert's Lump-Sum Damage Calculation Is Not Inadmissible Because It Accounts For Future Sales Of Potentially Non-Accused Products
A recent order from the District of Delaware in Evolved Wireless, LLC v. Apple Inc., No. 15-00542 ("Evolved Wireless") provides interesting guidance regarding the use of future sales in calculating
United States
10 Apr 2019
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Continental Circuits LLC v. Intel Corp., Et Al: Federal Circuit Reemphasizes Prohibition On Importing A Preferred Embodiment Into Patent Claims
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) recently issued a precedential opinion finding that a lower court had improperly incorporated an embodiment from the specification
United States
28 Feb 2019
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Patent Infringement Claim Involving Complicated Technology May Require Additional Detail In Complaint
A recent opinion from the Northern District of Texas is a reminder to all patent practitioners to heed pleading standards when drafting a complaint for patent infringement.
United States
19 Oct 2018
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Franchised Automobile Dealerships Count As Regular And Established Places Of Business For Purposes Of Proper Patent Infringement Venue
In our continuing post-TC Heartland coverage, Judge Rodney Gilstrap of the Eastern District of Texas recently issued an interesting decision regarding the venue analysis for car companies selling ...
United States
21 Sep 2018
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A Sales Agent's Home Office May Qualify As A Regular And Established Place Of Business
In our continued post-TC Heartland coverage, the Southern District of New York recently held that an employee's home office in New York constituted a "regular and established place of business"
United States
28 Aug 2018
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Google's Servers Housed By A Third-Party ISP Qualify As A Regular And Established Place Of Business To Establish Proper Venue In The Eastern District Of Texas
In our continued post-TC Heartland coverage, Judge Gilstrap in the Eastern District of Texas recently held that venue was proper because Google exercises exclusive control over physical servers implicated by...
United States
22 Aug 2018
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Improper Venue For Web-Based Company In Light Of In Re Cray
In our continuing post-TC Heartland coverage, the District of Nevada recently identified a key factor in analyzing venue challenges in patent litigation
United States
8 Aug 2018
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Can Retrieving Materials From A Storage Unit Qualify As Engaging In Business Activity For Purposes Of Establishing Proper Patent Venue?
The court considered whether the storage units in question are locations where business is done.
United States
13 Jun 2018
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Evidence Of Bad Faith Patent Prosecution Can Support An Award Of Attorney Fees
A recent opinion from the District of New Jersey is a cautionary tale for patent practitioners regarding conduct during patent prosecution that can be framed as bad faith.
United States
6 Jun 2018
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United States
1 Jun 2018
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Federal Circuit Clarifies That Patent Venue Is Proper Only In A Single Judicial District Within A Multi-District State
In our continuing coverage of the post-TC Heartland landscape, the Federal Circuit recently clarified that venue is proper in only one district per state in In re BigCommerce, Inc...
United States
24 May 2018
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Post-Grant Review Chickens Come Home To Roost: The Federal Circuit Clarifies The Effect Of Reexamination On Equitable Estoppel And Laches
The Federal Circuit recently overturned a decision estopping the plaintiff from pursuing its infringement claims in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas ...
United States
11 May 2018
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Patent Damages: How Many Essential Features In A Smart Phone?
On March 20, 2018, the public version of Eastern District of Texas Magistrate Judge Roy Payne's March 7, 2018 order tossing a $75 million jury verdict obtained by Ericsson against TCL Communication was released.
United States
5 Apr 2018
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Doctrine Of "Ancillary Venue" Does Not Trump TC Heartland
Further to our ongoing coverage of post-TC Heartland patent litigation, in a recent development from the Northern District of Illinois, the court granted counterclaim defendants' motion to dismiss for improper venue.
United States
29 Mar 2018
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Delaware District Court Finds No Work-Product Or Common Legal Interest Protection For Certain Pre-Suit And Pre-Agreement Documents And Communications Between Patent Owner And Litigation Financing Company
Recently, the District of Delaware held that a there was no work-product protection, and no common legal interest protection covering communications and documents shared between a patent owner and a third-party litigation financier...
United States
23 Feb 2018
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Sued Customers Insufficient To Prove A Supplier's Actual Case Or Controversy Against Patentee
In an interesting order issued recently in BroadSign International, LLC v. T-Rex Property AB, Judge Swain of the Federal District Court for the Southern District of New York ...
United States
31 Jan 2018
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Defendants Waived Venue Challenge After Waiting Four Months After TC Heartland Decision To Move
In a recent development from the Eastern District of Texas, Magistrate Judge Roy S. Payne concluded that defendants Globalfoundries, Qualcomm, and Samsung ...
United States
4 Jan 2018
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Lower Courts Continue To Grapple With Venue In The Wake Of In Re Micron And In Re Cray
Further to our ongoing coverage of the post-TC Heartland patent litigation landscape, a pair of recent and interesting cases from Texas and Delaware further evolved this important venue-related jurisprudence.
United States
21 Dec 2017
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