Canadian memory chip maker Mosaid Technologies has settled its patent infringement lawsuit against South Korean rival Hynix Semiconductor Inc., barely a month after it settled a similar lawsuit against Korea’s Samsung Electronics.
A judicial panel has transferred eight cases in Forgent Networks’ controversial JPEG patent litigation to California, where they will be centralized for pretrial proceedings.
AT&T has changed the name of its Internet phone service to resolve a trademark infringement dispute with its competitor Vonage, according to Vonage.
Over 250 people thronged the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on Monday to watch oral arguments in a case that strikes at the heart of the U.S. patent litigation system and could potentially affect every patent issued in the U.S.
A federal judge in Texas has outlined the time schedule for Forgent Networks’ closely watched patent lawsuit against the world’s top technology companies over image compression technology.
Former Baker Botts LLP partner Rochelle K. Seide has joined Arent Fox PLLC’s intellectual property practice in New York.
Computer maker Hewlett-Packard has agreed to pay $141 million to settle patent disputes with software maker Intergraph, capping a series of patent lawsuits over the “Clipper” chip that have netted Intergraph $860 million.
Forgent Networks Inc. has penned a deal for Godwin Gruber LLP to take over as its legal representation in its controversial patent litigation against the world’s leading technology companies over the JPEG image compression standard.
One day after Canadian memory chip maker Mosaid Technologies settled its patent infringement lawsuit against South Korean rival Samsung Electronics, the company said it had filed a similar suit against Korea’s Hynix Semiconductor Inc.
Optical equipment maker Ciena Corp. has filed a federal lawsuit against Canadian rival Nortel Networks, alleging that Nortel infringes six patents relating to Ciena's communications networking technology.
A federal district court has rejected Sony Corp.’s assertion that Command Audio purposely misled the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in the early 1990s while seeking an on-demand media patent at the center of a lawsuit against the Japanese electronics maker.
Patent litigation powerhouse Fish & Richardson has hired high-tech litigators Alan Albright and Barry Shelton from Gray Cary to set up shop in Austin, Texas, targeting the city’s vibrant technology industry.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has agreed to investigate claims that electronics makers Texas Instruments and Kenwood Corp. are infringing patents used in digital terrestrial radio tuners marketed in the U.S.
James Remenick has left Morrison & Foerster LLP to become a partner in Powell Goldstein LLP’s intellectual property and biotech practices in Washington, DC.
Bristows, one of the leading U.K. intellectual property firms, offers a clear testimony to the power of the global brand, with a client list that looks decidedly un-English.
A small company that is suing J.P. Morgan over patents for check imaging technology altered its patent applications after learning of J.P. Morgan's own check-imaging plans, attorneys for the bank assert in recent court filings.
Texas-based Forgent Networks has added Canadian imaging technology company Creo, Inc. to the list of defendants in its controversial series of lawsuits claiming patent rights to the JPEG image compression technology.
Chip maker Analog Devices has settled two separate patent lawsuits brought against the company by telecom equipment maker Motorola and the inventor of a standard for dial-up modem technology.
The U.S. Congress has passed a bill designed to shield private companies that collaborate with universities from legal challenges to their patents, a move that is likely to bolster biotech companies in particular.
A Texas company infringed Brooktrout, Inc.’s patent for a technology that allows corporations to route faxes directly to e-mail based on an ordinary telephone number, a federal jury has ruled.