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The Federal Circuit on Wednesday upheld the Patent Trial and Appeal Board's invalidation of a VidStream social media patent, rejecting the patentee's argument that Twitter had not proven that the book that rendered the patent obvious was available to the public.
A Texas A&M employee has sued the university and her former supervisor, who was arrested on suspicion of secretly recording women using the restroom, claiming her employer did not stop him from sexually harassing her or properly investigate the incident.
A former secretary at Hartline Barger LLP has sued the firm in Texas federal court, alleging she was wrongfully terminated and suffered abusive behavior after requesting an earlier work schedule to receive treatment for breast cancer.
Texas' government asked the state Supreme Court on Tuesday to review an appeals court's approval of a $29 million verdict for a developer who claimed that a highway project and related land condemnation tanked the value of the developer's residential project site, saying the ruling was incorrect.
Apple Inc. is urging a Texas federal judge to kill a copyright infringement lawsuit over its emojis with diverse skin tones, contending the company suing it can't claim rights to "naturally occurring" human characteristics like skin color.