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Already another month has passed, and it’s about time for another update. Earlier I mentioned some other patent cases the Supreme Court recently decided and how I should talk a little bit about them. At the end of April the … Continue reading
The Aereo case may be a demonstration about how a larger force in the market uses intellectual property arguments to shut down a competition. This sort of behavior is not limited to copyright cases though. Recently the Supreme Court unanimously … Continue reading
Originally Posted on SFBay SAN JOSE — After two hours of deliberations to fix an error spotted late on Friday, Judge Koh told the jury in the Apple v. Samsung trial: “Please take a seat for the last time.” The total … Continue reading
Originally Posted on SFBay SAN JOSE — The jury in the Apple Samsung case was excused from the courtroom Friday morning as the court dealt with the implications of a separate appeals court ruling on this case.
On Monday, Samsung continued its defense in the Apple v. Samsung case with expert testimony about damages and the introduction of Samsung patents. In addition to claiming Samsung should not pay around $2 billion for infringing Apple’s software patents, Samsung … Continue reading