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Railroad inspection company fails to avoid $2.5 million award for infringement of competitor’s patent
A provider of railroad inspection services failed to show that the federal district court in Texarkana, Texas, erred in entering judgment in favor of a competitor following a jury’s finding of w...
Tiffany awarded nearly $20M for Costco’s infringement of TIFFANY marks
In its lawsuit against Costco, jewelry retailer Tiffany and Company was entitled to $19.45 million in damages ($3.7 million in profits trebled to $11.1 million, plus $8.25 million in punitive damages)...
Three patent applications for GPS Information Systems properly rejected
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board properly rejected three related patent applications directed to an information system incorporating Global Positioning System (GPS) data and claiming priority to a 19...
Blendtec’s ‘blender jars’ did not infringe Vita-Mix patent
In a patent infringement action brought by a manufacturer of food blenders, the federal district court in Cleveland found that two "blender jars" of a competing company did not infringe, as ...
No right to jury trial for attorney fees claim under Patent Act
The federal district court in Philadelphia did not err in awarding attorney fees to defendants Avid Radiopharmaceuticals and the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania under §285 of the Paten...