A federal appeals court on Thursday upheld a ruling that
invalidated key claims in a video compression technology patent
intellectual property monetization firm Acacia Research Corp
accused Taiwanese electronics company HTC Corp of infringing.
Renowned photographer Jacobus Rentmeester on Monday asked
the U.S. Supreme Court to take up his copyright case against
Nike Inc, which he claims ripped off his photo of basketball
superstar Michael Jordan for its silhouetted “Jumpman” logo.
WASHINGTON The attorneys general of Maryland and the District of Columbia on Tuesday formally demanded financial records from U.S. President Donald Trump's businesses as part of their lawsuit alleging his dealings with foreign governments violate anti-corruption clauses of the U.S. Constitution.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday said it would not review a
decision finding media monitoring service TVEyes violated Fox
News Channel copyrights by broadly redistributing its
programming to viewers interested in locating clips by topic and
WASHINGTON President Donald Trump on Monday called for a "full and complete" sentence for his former lawyer Michael Cohen, accusing him of lying about Trump's business dealings with Russia during the 2016 presidential campaign to get reduced jail time.
A holding company on Friday sued Twitter Inc for allegedly
infringing a messaging technology patent originally assigned to
A U.S. appeals court on Friday upheld a roughly $140 million jury verdict in favor of Sprint Corp in its lawsuit accusing Time Warner Cable Inc, part of Charter Communications Inc, of using patented technology without authorization.
A federal appeals court on Thursday said medical technology
company Affymetrix Inc must produce relevant emails of its
in-house counsel that rival Becton, Dickinson and Company had
sought in discovery in a patent infringement case.
In October, the U.S. government issued Axim Biotechnologies Inc a patent for a cannabis-based suppository to treat irritable bowel syndrome.
Mayer Brown on Wednesday announced Nicole Saharsky, who has
appeared before the U.S. Supreme Court 29 times in intellectual
property, employment law, bankruptcy and other cases, has joined
its Washington D.C. office as a partner in its appellate