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Data Breach: No Injury-in-Fact, Case Dismissed

It well known that there are, unfortunately, many data breaches that frequently put private citizens’ data privacy in jeopardy.  States have passed a variety of statutes...

To Limit or Not to Limit: What Is the Basis of Your Prior Art Distinction During Prosecution?

VECTURA LIMITED v. GLAXOSMITHKLINE LLC Before Prost, Bryson, and Wallach.  Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Delaware Summary: Distinguishing...

PTAB Adds Online Interface for POP Related Amicus Requests

Online Form Will Simplify Request Procedure To date, in order to submit an amicus brief in a PTAB case selected for Precedential Opinion Panel (POP) consideration, an interested party ...

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Update: Thanks to one of our readers who discovered an error in our ITC numbers for Q3. We have already updated the article with the correct data. The third... Read More »
The first half of 2020 is over and so far this year has been very challenging for all sectors of the economy. The legal sector has not been very different. Some law... Read More »
MAYBORN GROUP, LTD., MAYBORN USA, INC. v. INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISISION Before Lourie, Linn, and Wallach.  Appeal from the U.S. International Trade... Read More »
Running a profitable patent prosecution practice has become more challenging in recent years. The recession triggered by the current pandemic is going to make this... Read More »
Last month, we released our first ITC Intelligence Report. For the first time, we ranked ITC law firms and attorneys based on their performance and activity. Our... Read More »
Happy New Year! This morning, we released our first ITC Intelligence Report, where we looked at more than 7,000 attorneys, 400 law firms and 1,600 companies, measured ... Read More »
TECHTRONIC INDUSTRIES CO. LTD. v. ITC Before Lourie, Dyk, and Wallach. Appeal from the U.S. International Trade Commission. Summary: Consistent description in ... Read More »
Last week we explained how BigLaw is reshaping ITC Section 337 landscape by entering into this very specialized IP field (Patexia Insight 72). This week we analyze... Read More »
A few months ago, we wrote about the importance of the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) Section 337 Investigation, and some of its advantages that can make... Read More »
GUANGDONG ALISON HI-TECH CO. V. ITC Before Wallach, Hughes, and Stoll.  Appeal from United States International Trade Commission. Summary: A term of... Read More »
A couple of weeks ago, we reported the quarterly numbers for patent litigation. To our surprise, we noticed a 22 percent jump in district court patent litigation in... Read More »
ITC Staff Attorney Not Bound by Estoppel Plaintiffs are painfully aware of the Patent Trial & Appeal Board (PTAB) and its potential to derail a patent... Read More »
International Trade Commission The ITC has issued a series of new rules applying to all Section 337 investigations instituted after June 7, 2018.  Although... Read More »
On January 12, 2018, Judge David P. Shaw issued an order denying Complainant Wirtgen America, Inc.’s (“Wirtgen America”) motion for summary... Read More »
Written by Alison M. Hill and Karen M. Cassidy Editors: Joseph Cianfrani and Boris Zelkind Patent Judgments and Awards On July 14, 2017, the International ... Read More »
Written by Vicki Y. Nee, Susan Natland, and Boris Zelkind Edited by Loni Morrow and Catherine Holland Over the last year, there have been some significant... Read More »
By Daniel E. Yonan, Dallin G. Glenn, and Josephine J. Kim In ClearCorrect v. ITC, issued on November 10, 2015, the Federal Circuit interpreted the term... Read More »
Nokia, RIM, Motorola, Google, Apple and Samsung. In 2012, they captured our imaginations by pushing the boundaries of mobile technology and our media attention by... Read More »
When Google purchased Motorola earlier this year, their intent to monopolize on Motorola's well-established patent portfolio was clear. As a result... Read More »
It’s not often that a company wants to be a defendant in a high-profile IP case. In July, however, Google tried to have itself named as co-defendant in a suit... Read More »