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‘Show Cause’ for Motion to Seal (access required)

In this litigation over plaintiff company’s complaint that AOL, Google and other defendants have used plaintiff’s search advertising systems to infringe two of plaintiff’s patents, the magistrate judge for the Norfolk U.S. District Court says the parties’ briefs and exhibits ...

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4th Circuit continues stay in trade secrets case

A Korean manufacturer can continue making its version of a high strength fiber used in bullet-proof vests and other armor under a federal appeals court ruling last week. A panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decided Kolon ...

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Challenge to Patent ‘Revival’ Is Timely (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court declines to dismiss a drug company’s suit challenging defendant U.S Patent & Trademark Office’s decision to revive an abandoned international patent application as the ‘218 patent. Plaintiff challenges the revival decision under 35 U.S.C. § ...

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Judge orders a 20-year ban in trade secrets case (access required)

In a rapid volley of court actions, a Korean company fighting a $920 million judgment for theft of trade secrets was hit with a “devastating” 20-year ban on sales of its body armor product, and then promptly won a stay ...

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Arbitration Ordered for Patent License Claim (access required)

A Norfolk U.S. District Court decides the threshold question of arbitrability and directs the two sides in a dispute over an agreement to license patents for genetically engineered plant cells to arbitrate their dispute, but the court maintains jurisdiction and ...

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Patent Claim Pressed in Slow Cooker Case (access required)

In this patent infringement action involving slow cookers, a Richmond U.S. District Court considers the parties’ cross-motions for summary judgment and grants summary judgment for defendant Sunbeam Products and denies summary judgment to plaintiff Hamilton Beach Brands. The ‘928 patent ...

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Claim Construction Outlined in Search Engine Case (access required)

In this litigation over plaintiff company’s complaint that AOL, Google and other defendants have used their search advertising systems to infringe two of plaintiff’s patents, the Norfolk U.S. District Court issues an order after holding a claim construction hearing. Plaintiff ...

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