Posts Tagged: permanent injunctions

PCT International keeps permanent injunction thanks to Rule 36 affirmance

A lack of written opinion in the Rule 36 affirmance issued by Federal Circuit wasn’t an issue for PCT’s counsel. "These types of results reflect a …
By Steve Brachmann
2 months ago 0

Rule 36 Judgment: The growing problem of one word affrimance by the Federal Circuit

In PCT International, Inc. v. Holland Electronics, LLC, the use of a Rule 36 judgment is particularly disconcerting because the Federal Circuit upheld the issuance of a permanent …
By Gene Quinn
2 months ago 6

How the Supreme Court legislated patent reform

Over the last ten years, one bad patent reform bill after another has been introduced and then pushed by a fantastic lobbying and public relations effort that …
By Paul Morinville
5 months ago 23

CES Seizure order against alleged patent infringers issued by the Las Vegas federal district court

While we tend to think of Las Vegas’ tourism-based economy as built on gambling, trade shows also bring hundreds of thousands of visitors to the city each …

The Patent Scrooges: The rise and potential fall of the efficient infringers

So it now looks like this: if you are a patent owner and feel that your rights have been encroached upon, you now have to assume there …
By Louis Carbonneau
10 months ago 9

The theory of patents and why strong patents benefit consumers

Consumers benefit most when patents are strongest and act to block actors. When competitors are blocked that means they cannot simply copy and flood the market with …
By Gene Quinn
11 months ago 9

No permanent injunction threat leads to refusal to deal with patent owners

Simply stated, Lemley is wrong and his suggestion that eBay v. MercExhange is at all positive, let alone the best development, strikes me as utterly ridiculous. The …
By Gene Quinn
1 year ago 32

Patent Erosion 2013: What Would the Founding Fathers Think?

As the end of 2013 approaches and I look back on what has transpired I am saddened to see that through the year patent rights have continued to …
By Gene Quinn
3 years ago 26

Patent Litigation: How to Practice Post-TiVo

In TiVo v. Echostar, Echostar lost on infringement of TiVo’s patented DVR functionality. Judge Folsom issued an injunction and ordered that Echostar stop offering the service …
By Dolly Krishnaswamy
3 years ago 1

Post-eBay Economic Standards for Assessing Irreparable Harm

One of the factors considers the presence of irreparable injury, which is harm not quantifiable or remediable as money damages. For the factor to be satisfied - …
By Stevan Porter
4 years ago 0

Business Method Patents and the Equitable Standard for Granting Permanent Injunctions: The eBay Case*

The concurring opinion of Justice Kennedy is even more unfortunate. Like Chief Justice Roberts, while agreeing with Justice Thomas’ holding that the traditional “four-factor” test applied to …
By Eric Guttag
4 years ago 4

CAFC Sanity on Permanent Injunctions. A Twisted Sister Moment?

the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit determined that the United States Federal District Court for the Southern District of California abused its discretion …
By Gene Quinn
4 years ago 8

No Permanent Injunction for Apple in Samsung Patent Battle

Yesterday, the Judge Koh of the United States District Court for the Federal Circuit denied Apple's request for a permanent injunction in their ongoing patent war over …
By Gene Quinn
4 years ago 12

Chief Judge Rader Takes on Lobbying White House and SCOTUS

The discussion was lively, perhaps even explosive. You could nearly see sparks fly when Chief Judge Rader continued to pepper Seth Waxman with question after question about …
By Gene Quinn
5 years ago 8

Patent Litigation: Davids Seeking Many Millions from Goliaths

Overall there will be few large paydays for small and mid-size companies against the Fortune 1000, and fewer still for those who do not engage an appropriate strategy …
By Gene Quinn
5 years ago 14