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Patents News In Florida - Google News


Supreme Court limits locations of patent lawsuits
Washington Post
One U.S. district judge, Rodney Gilstrap, received about one-quarter of all the patent cases initiated between 2014 to 2016 ? more than were assigned to all federal judges in California, New York and Florida combined, according to Mark A. Lemley, ...
Supreme Court's Decision Against "Patent Trolls" Protects Tech Companies and Other BusinessesInc.com
Supreme Court ruling could hamper patent lawsuits by 'trolls'The Seattle Times
Opinion: Patent trolls' loss is a win for honest commerceEast Bay Times
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Patent Trial and Appeal Board Dismisses Second Inter Partes Review of University Patent on Sovereign Immunity ...
Lexology (registration)
IPR2016-01274, Paper 21 (PTAB, Jan. 25, 2017), in which the University of Florida's Research Foundation (UFRF) was also able to obtain dismissal of an IPR petition on sovereign immunity grounds. The more recent UMB case is notable and distinct from the ...

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A big win for home-field advantage
The Hustle (blog)
Since then, this same court (and 1 judge in particular) has processed more than 40% of the country's patent lawsuits ? that's more than federal judges in California, Florida, and New York combined. This practice of choosing a friendly court is called ...

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ParkerVision extends RF tech patent lawsuit against Apple to iPhone 7 in US, Germany
AppleInsider (press release) (blog)
In the ongoing lawsuit in the Florida District Court with Apple, ParkerVision continues to assert that wireless transceivers manufactured by Qualcomm infringe upon four wireless networking patents. Apple, Samsung and LG all use an iteration of the ...





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