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Expert says Sony Infringed TV Interactive’s Automatic DVD Playback Patents

By Joseph Mandour on March 19, 2013

Property InfringementOrange County – An expert testified in front of a San Francisco jury last Wednesday that Sony Corp.’s PlayStation 3 and at least one of the Blu-ray players it sells infringe on four patents related to DVD-loading technology that are owned by TV Interactive Data Corp. Read the rest »

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Allergan Wins Partial Summary Judgment on Latisse Patent Infringement Suit

By Joseph Mandour on March 12, 2013

eye-150x150 Los Angeles – A Los Angeles federal judge granted partial summary judgment to Allergan, Inc. on Tuesday, saying that Allergan had proven that Cosmetic Alchemy, LLC had induced its customers to infringe Allergan’s patent that covers its popular growth drug for eyelashes. Read the rest »

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Frito-Lay Loses SCOOPS! Tortilla Chip Patent Fight

By Joseph Mandour on March 7, 2013

chips-guacamole-thumb-200x133-60533 California – A Texas jury sided with BOWLZ chips maker Medallion Foods, Inc. saying that the company did not infringe Tostitos SCOOPS! manufacturer Frito-Lay North America Inc.’s patent for bowl-shaped tortilla chips. Read the rest »

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Judge Upholds $368 Million FaceTime Patent Infringement Judgment against Apple

By Joseph Mandour on March 5, 2013

Los Angeles – A Texas federal judge upheld a $368 million patent infringement judgment against Apple Inc. last week, but the judge refused to issue an injunction against Apple over the FaceTime app that would have prevented Apple from offering its video chat product on the market. Read the rest »

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Qualcomm, Microsoft Say Google Isn’t Upholding FTC Patent Agreement

By Joseph Mandour on February 28, 2013

Qualcomm-150x150 San Diego – Qualcomm, Inc. and Microsoft Corp. told the Federal Trade Commission that Google is seeking injunctions to prevent competitors from selling goods that infringe its stand-essential patents, even though Google made an agreement with the FTC that it would not seek injunctions against companies that are willing to license the patented technology. Read the rest »

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HP, New Balance among 11 Sued for Infringing Vehicle-Tracking Patents

By Joseph Mandour on February 26, 2013

California Intellectual PropertyOrange County – ArrivalStar SA filed a host of complaints in Florida federal court on Friday, claiming that various companies, including Hewlett-Packard Co., New Balance Athletic Shoe Inc. and Lacoste USA Inc. infringed patents related to vehicle-tracking technology. Read the rest »

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Complete Genomics Claims It Did Not Infringe DNA-Sequencing Kit Patents

By Joseph Mandour on February 22, 2013

Patent Lawyer California – Complete Genomics Inc. argued in front of a California federal judge on Wednesday that its genome-testing kits do not infringe Illumina Inc.’s patents, claiming it produced sufficient evidence that the gene probes used in its testing kits are different from Illumina’s probes. Read the rest »

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eBay Sued for Infringing Online Auction Patent

By Joseph Mandour on February 20, 2013

ebay-150x150 San Diego – eBay Inc. was sued in the Southern District of California in San Diego for allegedly infringing patents that cover technology related to the display of auction information online. Read the rest »

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Online Health Records Company Sues WebMD for Patent Infringement

By Joseph Mandour on February 15, 2013

downloadLos Angeles – MyMedicalRecords Inc. filed a lawsuit in California federal court against the health information company WebMD Health Corp., claiming that WebMD has created an online portal for patient records that infringes one of its patents. Read the rest »

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Nokia, LG Accused of Infringing Integrated Circuit Patents

By Joseph Mandour on February 13, 2013

Intellectual Property Litigation Los Angeles – Tela Innovations Inc. filed a lawsuit against Nokia Corp, LG Electronics Inc., and several other companies with both the U.S. International Trade Commission and the Delaware federal court accusing the companies of infringing seven patents owned by Tela that cover technology related to integrated circuit manufacturing processes. Read the rest »

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