San Diego – Nintendo Co. Ltd. recently won a patent case against Motiva LLC when a panel of three judges rendered the decision that Nintendo’s Wii does not infringe on Motiva’s patents. A Federal Circuit Court also rejected Motiva’s accusations that Nintendo had violated Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930, a trade remedy enacted to prohibit unfair methods of competition and wrongdoing in the importation of products into the United States. Read the rest »
2013 May Archive
Orange County – Last Wednesday a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit upheld an earlier decision by the Court of Federal Claims, holding that the United States Postal Service and IBM did not infringe a shipping patent held by Uship Intellectual Properties LLC. Read the rest »
Los Angeles – Action Ink Inc., owner of the THE ULTIMATE FAN U.S. Trademark Registration for sporting event promotion services which registered in 1985, is playing defense against the New York Jets football team and a game development company called Arkadium Inc.
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Los Angeles – Once again, Apple Inc. is the target a patent infringement lawsuit concerning its FaceTime app. The Plaintiff is National Cheng Kung University in Tainan City, Taiwan. The claim is based on U.S. Patent No. 7,561,078, issued in 2009, which relates to a system “for compressing a video data set” that provides a “coding strategy with parameter searching” which optimizes performance. National Cheng Kung University believes that FaceTime, among other similar applications, is an infringement. Read the rest »