Audio technology company Digital Theater Systems (DTS) has settled its trademark lawsuit against an electronics maker that put the DTS mark on its DVD players without authorization.
Cosmetic care provider Inamed has sued rival Medicis for patent infringement and filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission over a wrinkle treatment.
Two Medtronic units infringed a patent held by Interpore Cross International for spinal implant polyaxial screws, the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California has ruled.
A U.S. District Court has dismissed Xerox Corp.'s patent lawsuit against PalmOne Inc., ruling that a Xerox patent for its Unistrokes single-stroke handwriting recognition software is invalid.
Mosaid Technologies Inc. has agreed to drop one of 10 claims in a patent dispute with Infineon Technologies in an effort to avoid delays in the litigation process.
A California U.S. District Court has refused to find Roche Diagnostics' portfolio of patents to its DNA replication technology unenforceable, dealing a setback to rival Promega in the decade-old battle over a technology widely used by medical and law enforcement officials.
A jury in U.S. District Court in Worcester, Massachusetts, has found that Hewlett-Packard infringed three of EMC's software patents relating to the creation of identical copies, or mirrors, of system files.
A California federal court has stripped B. Braun of a key patent after ruling that the German medical device maker stole the technology from a San Diego inventor.
A U.S. District Judge has ruled against Qualcomm in a long-running patent dispute with Maxim Integrated Products Inc., granting a partial summary judgment regarding Qualcomm's licensing agreements.
The Regents of the University of California this week defended its “Eolas” patent at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, arguing that it should be allowed to retain the controversial patent at the center of a $521 million jury award against Microsoft Corp.
Three months after a Federal Trade Commission judge threw out an antitrust case against chip maker Rambus over the use of the company’s patented technology in industry standards, Rambus has filed its own antitrust suit against four rivals.
A federal judge has refused to throw out a challenge filed by the largest AIDS group in the U.S. against GlaxoSmithKline’s patent for AZT (Retrovir), the first AIDS drug.
Two providers of digital jukeboxes have settled their patent infringement lawsuits and agreed to cross-license their technologies.
Deposition Sciences Inc. has sued Reed Smith over what the company claims is a botched patent filing.
A U.S. District Court judge has dismissed MedImmune's patent lawsuit against biotech company Genentech over technology to create drugs using antibody molecules.
German chip maker Infineon Technologies AG has filed a lawsuit against the University of Wisconsin seeking a declaration of noninfringement in a dispute over a patent for a process used in making semiconductors.
Software maker Portrait Displays has filed a copyright infringement and trade secrets misappropriation lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California against EnTech Taiwan and two EnTech employees.
EchoStar Communications has asked a judge to transfer the patent lawsuit filed against the satellite television provider by TiVo, a vendor of digital video recorders, from Texas to California, a regulatory filing shows.
A U.S. District Court jury in Connecticut has determined that MJ Research infringed four patents held by a unit of genetic equipment maker Applera Corp.
Microscope vendor Applied Imaging has filed a motion in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California to transfer the pending patent infringement litigation filed by rival ChromaVision Medical Systems to Northern California.