Google Triumphs In Personalized Search Patent Trial

Law360, New York (March 21, 2014, 4:16 PM EDT) -- A Delaware federal jury handed a victory to Google Inc. on Thursday when it found that the company’s personalized search technology had not infringed two patents held by Personalized User Model LLP, which the jury deemed invalid.

Following a six-day trial, the jury found Google had not infringed two of PUM’s patents related to “personalized online information and product services,” and that the several of the patents’ claims were invalid due to prior art and obviousness. Additionally, the jury found in favor of Google on its...
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