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Few legal issues in recent years have captured the public’s attention more powerfully than patent litigation over technology standards commonly used in smartphones.
Qualitative assessment of the innovation landscape reveals trends in technology proliferation and provides a quantification of potential IPR infringement risk. HOUSTON, Sept.
Patent Trolls: Predatory Litigation and the Smothering of Innovation By Respected Researcher and Attorney William J. Watkins NEW YORK, Aug.
Statewide transit agencies urge Congress to pass legislation curbing practices of abusive patent trolls CHAMPAIGN, Ill., April 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today the Illinois
Illinois victims describe perils of meritless lawsuits, encourage reform WASHINGTON, Feb.
A newly formed law firm, Kroub, Silbersher & Kolmykov PLLC, will provide quality patent and other intellectual property litigation and counseling services, while offering cost savings
A jury in an East Texas District Court found Apple has not infringed on a patent regarding CDMA and HSPA communications owned by patent holdings company Wi-LAN.
Patent lawsuits issued by so-called “patent trolls,” organizations which sue businesses for using broad patents they own, have been blamed for stifling innovation and crushing small businesses. These trolls don’t often have legitimate claims of patent infringement, but they have the money necessary to keep the case in court and run up a huge legal bill.
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chairwoman Edith Ramirez said on Thursday that the agency should conduct a comprehensive investigation into "patent assertion entities," or so-called "patent trolls," a derogatory term for companies whose sole business is suing over patents.
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