Amazon Scores Win In Kaavo's Cloud-Computing Patent Suit

Law360 (June 18, 2018, 5:46 PM EDT) -- A Delaware federal judge on Monday granted Amazon a win in its fight against Kaavo’s patent infringement suit, refusing to change his mind on an earlier order that invalidated most claims in Kaavo’s cloud-computing patent and finding that the remaining claims are invalid as abstract.

In a 23-page memo opinion, U.S. District Court Judge Leonard P. Stark said he wouldn’t reconsider his March 2016 order invalidating all of the independent claims Kaavo Inc. asserted against Amazon.com Inc. The judge said none of the recent cases Kaavo cites changes his conclusion that the claims are directed to the abstract idea of "setting...

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