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Supreme Court Will Decide Whether Tech Co. Is Selling Pirated IP or ‘Antenna Rental’


Supreme Court Will Decide Whether Tech Co. Is Selling Pirated IP or ‘Antenna Rental’

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It doesn’t look like much. But a tiny piece of metal about the size of a nickel and shaped like the letter “W” has roused the anger of the broadcast television industry and landed its creators before the Supreme Court of the United States. The broadcast industry is expressing its ire through a lawsuit seeking […]

Death of Leahy Patent Reform Bill Leaves ‘Patent Trolls’ Unchecked

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A proposed law intended to protect companies from legal assaults by so-called “patent trolls” stalled in the U.S. Senate in May 2014 after Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt) removed it from consideration by the Senate Judiciary Committee. Leahy cited widespread disagreement among the bill’s supporters and opponents over how to curb patent trolls without weakening the legitimate intellectual […]

Federal Jury Compares Patent Claims in Smartphone Case, Finds Apple and Samsung Infringed Patents

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The latest round in the patent litigation of smartphone heavy weights Apple and Samsung ended with a split decision (mostly in Apple’s favor). A jury in San Jose, California federal court found last week that both companies infringed on each other’s patents, but the damages awarded were low compared to what was sought by both […]