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Patents News In Florida - Google News


BlackBerry scores patent win in Florida court
Computer Dealer News
Canadian smartphone manufacturer BlackBerry, which has found itself on the wrong end of a number of patent cases, scored a win in a Florida court on Monday. A federal jury in a U.S. District Court in Florida ruled in BlackBerry's favour in a patent ...
Jury rules against NXP in patent dispute with BlackBerryITworld.com
BlackBerry defeats NXP in US trial over patentsReuters

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MobileHelp® Announces Issuance of US Patent for Health Monitoring
MarketWatch
MobileHelp is America's leading provider of M-PERS (Mobile-Personal Emergency Response System) technology based in Boca Raton, Florida and services clients in all 50 states. MobileHelp develops and distributes market leading products such as ...

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xG Technology Announces Closing of Public Offering of Common Stock
SYS-CON Media (press release)
Based in Sarasota, Florida, xG has 60 U.S. and over 140 international patents and pending patent applications, and its technology is available for licensing in both domestic and foreign markets. xG is a publicly traded company listed on the NASDAQ ...

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Daily Journal names DLA Piper's Lisa Haile and Mark Fowler to list of top IP ...
The Lawyer
... focuses on patent infringement litigation with sophisticated experience arguing cases before the International Trade Commission and the Federal Circuit, as well as district courts in California, Texas, Virginia, Wisconsin, Delaware, Washington ...

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Patents in America: from Metropolitan Concentrate
By PostGrant.com on 2013-03-01 at 22:08:30.
A recent report published by the Brookings Institution reveals that America's innovators are highly confined to only a few metropolitan areas- 20 to be exact. The report cites some obvious contenders like high-tech hot spots in the California corridor of...

The Proof is in the...Patent?
By PostGrant.com on 2013-02-11 at 16:35:27.
On October 5, 2012, the Supreme Court decided to hear a case centered on the interpretation of intellectual property rights. That case, Bowman v. Monsanto, is set to begin with oral arguments commencing on February 19, 2013, here in Washington....

A Call for Comments: The Developing Dialogue on Software Patents
By PostGrant.com on 2013-01-25 at 16:48:45.
On January 3, 2013, via the Federal Register, the USPTO published a notice calling for comments and collaboration from software community members in order to facilitate and improve the system of software related patents. The notice outlines key aspects where...

Should There be a Patent Small Claims Court?
By PostGrant.com on 2013-01-08 at 21:40:47.
The USPTO has published a request in the Federal Register requesting comments on a patent small claims proceeding. The USPTO is seeking comments both on whether a need exists for such a proceeding and on which characteristics the proceeding would...

New Cooperative Patent Classification System Launched
By PostGrant.com on 2013-01-04 at 15:44:23.
On January 2nd, the USPTO and EPO announced the formal launch of the new Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) system. The CPC is a global classification system for patent documents designed to harmonize the PTO and EPO systems.The new CPC system...






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