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Following retrial, Walmart burned for $95.5M for infringing BACKYARD grill marks
In damages phase of lawsuit brought by Variety Stores, jury finds that Walmart’s infringement was willful and awards over $45 million in royalties and $50 million in profits. A 2018 award of...
‘Method of Monitoring a Protected Space’ was ineligible under Section 101
The patented invention was directed to the abstract idea of providing an efficient means to collect and disseminate information about "protected spaces," such as computer rooms that need to...
R&B group Ready for the World not ready to let former singer use name for band
Group obtains preliminary injunction barring former member Melvin Riley and other performers from using the registered trademark "Ready for the World" or similar names in connection with...
Construction of claims reversed in suit over circuit boards against Intel and Ibiden
A district court erred in reading a "repeated desmear process" limitation in patent claims relating to circuit boards and by failing to give the asserted claims their plain and ordinary...
Standing, mootness halt PTAB appeal after Momenta abandons drug development
After terminating development of a competing drug, Momenta Pharmaceuticals no longer had standing to appeal a ruling by the PTAB that sustained a patent for treating rheumatoid arthritis. The appeal...