Category Archives : Litigation

Patent Mining: 3 Tips To Successfully Navigate The Crowded IP Marketplace

On July 23, 2014, Posted by , In Litigation, With No Comments

Source: http://www.techpats.com/patent-mining-3-tips-tosuccessfully-navigate-the-crowded-ip-marketplace/?utm_content=6788925&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin Do you want to make marked improvements to your company’s bottom line while also maximizing shareholder value? Patent mining, coupled with methods for extracting value from your IP portfolio, is capable of producing very positive results. Fifteen years ago, corporate income from patent licensing in the U.S. was…

Federal Circuit’s X2Y Attenuators Decision Reinforces The Importance Of Drafting Patents For Litigation

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Source: http://hanseniplaw.com/federal-circuits-x2y-attenuators-decision-reinforces-the-importance-of-drafting-patents-for-litigation/ On July 7, 2014, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion in X2Y Attenuators, LLC v. International Trade Commission, which underscores the importance of carefully drafting patent applications with an eye toward litigation. The decision also demonstrates why form often dominates over substance in patent litigation….

Patent Services

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For Plaintiffs: Due diligence support – both technical and legal such as validity search, checking for estoppels, any inequitable conduct objections that may come, fees etc. Searching for infringement and relevant evidence. Reverse engineering (Software only) and physical testing for features and parts (mobile phones, tablets, e-books, software solutions etc.)…

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