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Fresh From the Bench: Latest Federal Circuit Court Case

CASE OF THE WEEK Apple Inc. v. Vidal, Appeal No. 2022-1249 (Fed. Cir. Mar. 13, 2023) In our Case of the Week, the Federal Circuit allowed Apple’s challenge to the Patent Trial...

A “Known Technique” for Showing a Motivation to Combine References

Written by: Justin J. Gillett & Eric Wittgrove INTEL CORP. V. PACT XPP SCHWEIZ AG Before Newman, Prost, and Hughes. Appeal from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Summary...

Stipulation of Non-Infringement Found Insufficient for Appeal

Written by: Justin J. Gillett & Kenneth O. Aruda, Ph.D. ALTERWAN, INC. V. AMAZON.COM, INC., AMAZON WEB SERVICES, INC. Before Lourie, Dyk, and Stoll. Appeal from the United States ...

Judicial Review Is Available for PTO Director’s Fintiv Rulemaking Procedure

Written by: Justin J. Gillett & David J.K. Hulett APPLE INC. v. VIDAL Before Lourie, Taranto, and Stoll. Appeal from the United States District Court for the Northern...

Trademarks and the Digital Age: Protecting Your Brand Online

In today's digital age, trademarks are becoming increasingly important for businesses looking to protect their brand in the online world. With the rise of social media and online...

From Monopoly to Competition: The Intersection of Patent and Antitrust Law in Promoting Market Efficiency

In a free market economy, competition is essential for promoting innovation, improving product quality, and providing consumers with greater choice and better prices. However...

Health Tracker Systems Alleges Garmin’s Smartwatch Infringes Patents

Written by: Eric Wittgrove Health Tracker Systems LLC (“Health Tracker”) sued Garmin International, Inc. (“Garmin”) for patent infringement in...

Feed tagged as "Internet":
Digital piracy is a serious threat to the intellectual property rights of content creators and businesses. With the rise of the internet... Read More »
It's a wired, connected and integrated world in the 21st Century, but not for everyone. A recent FCC study found that 19 million Americans have no access to... Read More »
Internet denizens tittered a bit last week as online retailer Kogan instituted a so-called “browser tax.” The tax (which is, of course, not an actual tax... Read More »
IPv6 is here. Well, it has been for 16 years now, but aptly enough, World IPv6 Day is all about its coming of age. No candles or shoe ceremonies at this event, simply ... Read More »
Google co-founder Sergey Brin believes there is a rising threat to the Internet the likes of which the world has not seen before. It just so happens that the biggest... Read More »
In this day and age, the growing trend towards technology seems to be an undeniable recognition amongst the intelligent collective that something curiously... Read More »
John HarvardsonFar out! I can see visions becoming a reality. This is one more step into the future and travel heading to the outer limits.
Jul 26, 2011
Gena Patent3D printing technology is an exciting new reality that also brings with it the near-limitless potential for patent infringement. We have yet to see whether various product manufacturers will, as a result, imitate the music industry and sue end users, or will decide to pursue the printer manufacturers instead. As various forms of 3D technology increase in popularity, we're certain to see more 3D patent litigation.
Jul 26, 2011
  On 23rd June 2011, Microsoft obtained a patent in U.S. titled ‘Legal Intercept’ which is claimed to be capable of spying over the internet... Read More »
  The initial purpose of a domain name was to provide an address for computers on the Internet. Just like we have postal addresses for buildings in the... Read More »
As is commonly known, the internet has revolutionized the neo-age to a great extent. And in the past age, one company that touched the lives of probably every person... Read More »
The Birth of ICANN The Domain Name System (DNS) allows users to navigate the Internet. Until 1998, the DNS was administered by the Internet Assigned Numbers... Read More »