Fed. Circ. Rejects Apple Rehearing In Anti-Piracy Patent Row

Law360, Los Angeles (June 6, 2014, 5:46 PM ET) -- The Federal Circuit on Thursday refused to reconsider its decision to revive a patent suit alleging Apple Inc. infringed on a patent for anti-piracy technology, shutting down the company’s argument that the meaning of the terms in the patent was inconsistent.

In a one-page Thursday order, the court declined Apple’s petitions for a panel rehearing and a rehearing en banc, without further details about its reasoning, according to court records.

Apple sought to have the panel reconsider its definitions of “volatile” and “non-volatile” memory, the meaning...
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Case Title

Ancora Technologies, Inc. v. Apple, Inc.


Case Number

13-1378

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Appellate - Federal Circuit

Nature of Suit

830 Patent Infringement (Fed. Question)

Date Filed

May 3, 2013

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