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In January Taiwan s InnoLux Corp filed an appeal with the Federal Circuit requesting the Court to overturn an award of enhanced post-judgment ongoing royalties that appeared to be enhanced at least in part because the trial judge took…

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How anyone with even the most fundamental understand of property rights and economics could say that infringing a patent does not result in a tangible injury is beyond me Is he unfamiliar with the concept and real world practice…

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This all came to a head when on February Microsoft Corporation filed a formal competition law complaint against Google with European Union antitrust regulators Microsoft s complaint was brought about because Google i e Motorola Mobility has refused to…

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Ray Niro responds --- There is nothing disingenuous about the licensing and enforcement of the Innovatio IP patent portfolio Nor is this effort about forcing quick licensing agreements on questionable patents The earliest of the Innovatio patents resulted from…

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the patented technology involved screen recognition and terminal emulation processes to download a screen of information from a remote mainframe computer onto a local personal computer PC Basically the patented technology facilitated the ability of the PC to operate…

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The appeal in Lucent Technologies Inc v Gateway Inc from the Southern District of California was considered in many quarters as the potentially seminal case on how to calculate damages based on a reasonable royalty using the Georgia-Pacific factors…

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