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________ RECOVERY – Intellectual Property – Patent infringement – Medical device suit between Texas and Israeli companies settles – Alleged infringement of U.S. Patent No. ________.
U.S. District Court, Eastern, Texas (196005)
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$________ RECOVERY – Intellectual property – Engine parts manufacturer accused of infringing engineer's intellectual property – Infringement of U.S. patents.
U.S. District Court, Northern, TX (195445)
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$________ VERDICT – Intellectual Property – Patent infringement – Royalties to be paid for life of infringed patents which relate to Bluetooth "enhanced data rate" inventions
U.S.D.C., E TX (194965)
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$________ VERDICT – INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY – PATENT INFRINGEMENT – ________ ALLEGES THAT ________ INFRINGE ON ITS PATENTS WITH REGARD TO TECHNOLOGY FOR GRAPHIC USER INTERFACES ON BOTH INTERNET AND PRIVATE CLIENT/SERVER NETWORKS
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas (195190)
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$________ VERDICT Intellectual Property – Patents – iTunes found to infringe patents – U.S. patent No. ________; No. ________; and No. ________
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas (195201)
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SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT– Intellectual property – Patent – Biotech firm appeals patent office decision to federal court – U.S. Patent No. ________
U.S.D.C., N CA (193933)
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$________ VERDICT – INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY – PATENT – SETTLEMENT RESOLVES LONG COURT BATTLE OVER MEDICAL EQUIPMENT PATENT – ALLEGED WILLFUL INFRINGEMENT OF PATENT ________.
U.S.D.C. - Western District of Pennsylvania (192937)
#8
$________ RECOVERY – INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY – COMPANIES SETTLE INFRINGEMENT CASE OVER HAIR REMOVAL LASER – INFRINGEMENT OF MULTIPLE PATENTS.
U.S.D.C. - District of Massachusetts (192138)
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$________ VERDICT – CONTRACT – TAIWANESE COMPANY BREACHES CONTRACT STEMMING FROM EARLIER INFRINGEMENT SUIT – BREACH OF SETTLEMENT.
U.S.D.C., E. TX (192269)
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$________ JUDGMENT – INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY – COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT – ________ ALLEGES HE WAS ENTITLED TO ROYALTIES FOR POSTAL SERVICE'S USE OF HIS COPYRIGHTED SCULPTURE ON POSTAL STAMPS – FAIR USE DOCTRINE.
United States Court of Federal Claims (191917)