A judge with the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois has ruled that TorPharm's generic product infringes on Abbott Laboratories’ patents for the epilepsy and mania treatment Depakote.
Investors in Eolas Technologies have withdrawn from the small company after a Microsoft attorney tipped off the media that the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office rejected the patent at the center of Eolas' $521 million lawsuit against the software giant.
In a preliminary decision that could lead to the reversal of a $521 million jury award against Microsoft Corp., the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office rejected a patent owned by the University of California and licensed to Eolas Technologies Inc.
Microsoft Corp. suspended plans to make changes to its Windows operating system and Internet Explorer Web browser in response to a controversial patent infringement lawsuit.
NeoMedia has expanded its patent lawsuit over a technology that allows customers in its stores to scan CDs and DVDs to get information on the internet, such as movie previews and video art.
Carol Larcher has left Leydig, Voit & Mayer to join Gardner Carton & Douglas as counsel to its intellectual property department.
Chicago-based intellectual property boutique McAndrews, Held & Malloy has hired seven new associates, bringing the firm’s number of attorneys to nearly 80.
An Illinois printing company has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against American Express over payment cards made with clear plastic.
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois on Wednesday upheld a jury's $521 million verdict against Microsoft Corp. in a patent suit brought by Eolas Technologies Inc.
Novadigm will pay Beck Systems $2,654,600 in three installments.
Auto parts maker claims competitor labeled materials with Dana trademarks.
Molecular Devices is suing former executive who negotiated license and then left to become president of MonoGen.
Patent attorney with dual technical fields in both electrical engineering and biomedical technology.
Intellectual property litigator Robert Unikel has joined Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw LLP's intellectual property practice as a partner in Chicago.