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Zoltek Corp. v. U.S.: Federal Circuit En Banc Reverses Zoltek III and Rules That 28 U.S.C. § 1498(a) Can Waive Immunity for Infringement Under 271(g)
The Federal Circuit recently demonstrated how active the Court is, and will continue to be. After having ruled in Zoltek III that the United States did not waive immunity from suit except for acts that would constitute direct infringement under 35 U.S.C. § 271(a), the Court voted sua sponte to...
The tech industry has opined on the conflict between 3D printing and intellectual property for a few years, and the debate may be heating up. 3D printers allow a user to create and “print” a 3-dimensional object through the use of a digital file and a “printer” that dispenses material in successive...
Judge Robinson Denies Cordis's Renewed Motion for Judgment As A Matter of Law as to Jury's Award of Lost Profits in Patent Infringement Action
By Memorandum Opinion entered by The Honorable Sue L. Robinson in Boston Scientific Corporation, et al. v. Cordis Corporation, Civil Action No. 10-315-SLR (D.Del., March 13, 2012), the Court denied the motion of defendant Cordis Corporation requesting the Court to disturb the jury verdict and grant...
Judge Thynge Orders Plaintiffs to Supplement Their Response to Interrogatory Relevant to Defendant's Invalidity Defense
By Memorandum Order entered by the Honorable Mary Pat Thynge in Quantum Loyalty Systems, Inc., et al. v. TPG Rewards, Inc., Civil Action No. 09-022-SLR/MPT (D.Del., March 6, 2012), the Court ordered Plaintiffs, Quantum Loyalty Systems, Inc. and Quantum Corporation of New York, Inc., to supplement...
As we have pointed out before, it is always useful to examine any game industry lawsuits by considering what they say about the business of buying and selling games. The longer you have been playing, the more you know how much things have changed. As the pixel count climbs upwards, so have the...