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Infringement question for heat reflective design patent should have been decided by jury
The district court improperly granted summary judgment on infringement for a design patent for an ornamental design that resulted in a $3 million jury award.
‘Octane Fitness’ standard now guides Lanham Act attorney fee awards in Seventh Circuit
Seventh Circuit joined other circuits in adopting totality of circumstances test for determining whether trademark case qualifies as ‘exceptional.’
High Court to decide whether generic term plus ‘.com’ can be trademark
USPTO seeks reversal of Fourth Circuit decision affirming district court’s conclusion that BOOKING.COM was not generic for hotel reservation systems.
Jury finds Wells Fargo must pay $200 million for infringing USAA patents
The asserted patents generally relate to the automated capture of a digital image of a check for deposit using a mobile device.
LG loses argument that mobile communications patents were obvious and anticipated
Wi-LAN’s motion for partial summary judgment of LG’s obviousness defense based on IPR estoppel was granted.