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Claims Construed for Baby Stroller Patent Case (access required)

In this suit alleging patent infringement and trade dress infringement involving collapsible baby strollers, the Norfolk U.S. District Court has conducted a Markman hearing to consider the following terms: two meshing Geared components; secured to; fixed component; and means of ...

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Court Can’t Hear ‘Messaging’ Patent Fight (access required)

A Canadian company that is one of13 defendants sued by plaintiff Texas company for alleged infringement of its patent for an intercarrier messaging service wins dismissal of the suit for lack of personal jurisdiction; the Richmond U.S. District Court says ...

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No Appeal of Challenge to Inter Partes Review (access required)

A patent assignee cannot pursue an interlocutory appeal of a decision by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board to institute inter partes review proceedings on claims relating to its patent involving simulation, prototyping and debugging of integrated circuits, an Alexandria ...

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Court Will Consider Inventor’s Declaration (access required)

A security company defending a patent infringement claim may not exclude a declaration from the inventor at the Markman hearing in plaintiff Tax-Rights LLC’s suit alleging defendant infringed its patent, and the Richmond U.S. District Court denies defendant’s motion to ...

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