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.
A conference designed to follow up on the Federal Trade Commission’s recommendations for sweeping reforms to the U.S. patent system is expected to draw some of the country’s most influential scholars, industry leaders and policy makers this week.
Coudert Brothers LLP has hired seasoned patent attorney Peter C. Su from Fernandez & Associates to join the firm’s Palo Alto office.
The French Atomic Agency has expanded its onslaught against the world’s leading manufacturers of liquid crystal displays (LCDs), filing patent infringement lawsuits against additional electronics companies such as Sharp, Hitachi and Gateway.
Another trademark lawsuit against Google is set to go to court after a U.S. District Court judge in New York refused to dismiss the case.
AMD will pay $25 million to settle a patent dispute with Intergraph, weeks after Intel settled a long-running dispute over the same technology for $224 million.
Microsoft will pay $440 million to InterTrust to settle a lawsuit over patents for technology to prevent unauthorized copying of music and video.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has voted to begin an investigation into whether some imports of chips used in DVD players and computer optical storage devices infringe on patents held by two California firms.
Electronics makers Applica and Tilia have settled their litigation over patents for vacuum sealing in a deal under which Applica will pay royalties to use Tilia’s technology.
Japanese electronics giant Fujitsu has filed lawsuits in Tokyo and Los Angeles against two units of South Korea's Samsung Electronics, alleging infringement of patents related to plasma display panels, the company said Wednesday.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has upheld Genentech's legal victory in a $1 billion patent battle with biotechnology rival Chiron.
The U.S. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals has cleared the way for Unova to sue Hewlett-Packard over patents protecting computer battery technology, despite the fact that Unova had reached an earlier settlement with Compaq.
A federal jury in Los Angeles has awarded $134.5 million in damages to medical device maker Masimo after finding that a unit of Tyco International willfully infringed four patents held by the company.