Cloud Computing IP Cases Against Amazon Patrons Stayed

Law360, San Jose (April 27, 2018, 10:29 PM EDT) -- A California federal judge said Friday she’d stay proceedings in some 30 patent infringement lawsuits filed by software developer Personal Web Technologies over a cloud computing technique used by Amazon.com Inc.'s customers, to allow for a June hearing on Amazon’s suit aiming to end the litigation campaign.

On Friday's calendar for U.S. District Judge Beth Labson Freeman was Amazon’s motion in its case for a preliminary injunction to prevent Personal Web from pursuing claims against Amazon’s customer while Amazon pursues a court finding that Personal Web has already lost an infringement suit it filed against Amazon over the same technology....

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