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  1. FIT to be tied wearable technology company Fitbug, Ltd. hits Fitbit, Inc. with trademark infringement suit

    USA - June 26 2014

    The wearable technologies market is expected to spike to 485 million annual device shipments by 2018, according to an ABI Research study published in

  2. Four legal challenges digital health companies might face

    USA - June 27 2014

    Digital health is a rapidly emerging field, rich with innovation and promise, where freedom to operate involves a special suite of legal challenges

  3. Temporary cache memory not the equivalent of permanent memory

    USA - July 1 2014

    The district court properly used the terms “memory” and “programmable device” to limit the claims to devices that stored “all program memory” for

  4. Feds raid Reckitt Benckiser offices; criminal probe underway

    USA - December 13 2013

    Reckitt Benckiser's offices in Richmond, Va., were raided by a team of IRS and Office of Inspector General (OIG) agents on December 3rd. The raid

  5. EDTX excludes expert who attempted to apportion the royalty base by claim elements; allows do-over

    USA - June 30 2014

    On June 21, 2014, Judge Davis of the Eastern District of Texas issued an opinion on a Daubert motion. The case is Thinkoptics, Inc. v. Nintendo of

  1. Additional discovery ordered for application file history

    USA - July 21 2014

    Recently in Int'l Sec. Exch., LLC v. Chicago Bd. Options Exch., Inc., the Board ordered "additional discovery" sought under 37 CFR 42

  2. Recent decision underscores claim construction uncertainty at Federal Circuit

    USA - July 18 2014

    The Federal Circuit's recent decision in Hill-Rom Services, Inc. v. Stryker Corp. shows the continued existence of diverging claim construction

  3. AIA revisions to false marking statute not unconstitutional

    USA - July 18 2014

    Fed. Cir. Affirms dismissal of qui tam false marking case, filed before AIA enactment, for lack of standing. Stauffer v. Brooks Brothers Grp., Inc

  4. Federal Circuit orders district court to stay litigation pending CBM review

    USA - July 17 2014

    In interlocutory order, Fed. Cir. reverses denial of defendants' joint motion to stay patent case pending CBM review, and remands with instructions

  5. A new bonanza for trade secret plaintiffs in Texas: Eastern District of Texas grants future royalties in place of a permanent injunction

    USA - July 17 2014

    Permanent injunctions have long been difficult to obtain in patent infringement cases involving parties who are not competitors. In lieu of an