Fed. Circ. Clears Apple In Computer Bootup Patent Case

Law360, New York (November 22, 2017, 6:13 PM EST) -- The Federal Circuit on Wednesday upheld a lower court’s ruling that Apple iPhones and iPods do not infringe a patent on techniques for initializing a computer system, ruling that the tech giant’s products operate in a different way from the patent.

Rembrandt Patent Innovations LLC, a company that says it helps inventors monetize their inventions, alleged that Apple Inc. infringed its patent on securely starting up a computer system and recovering components that have been corrupted. The Federal Circuit said Judge William Alsup of the Northern...
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Rembrandt Patent Innovations v. Apple, Inc.


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16-2324

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Appellate - Federal Circuit

Nature of Suit

830 Patent Infringement (Fed. Question)

Date Filed

July 12, 2016

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