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M and Avery Dennison Corp., which both make reflective materials for road signs, have settled their federal court patent infringement lawsuits against each other on terms that they won't discuss. Both companies have issued statements that make it
The agreement settles a patent infringement lawsuit that the two had brought against Mylan for seeking to manufacture and sell a generic version of the drug prior to the expiration of the patents protecting it. As a result of the settlement, Mylan
Lawmakers asked on Thursday whether a bill aimed at stopping abusive patent litigation that costs companies millions of dollars each year could end up hurting legitimate companies whose inventions have been infringed. companies, like coffee shops,
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Taipei, March 9 (CNA) Elan Microelectronics Corp., one of Taiwan's integrated circuit designers for touch device use, has sued a Chinese company in a Beijing court for patent infringement. In a statement released Friday, the Taiwanese IC designer,
Orbus previously filed lawsuits against Boston Scientific in Germany and the Netherlands, and also filed one in the U.S...The lawsuit alleges that Boston Scientific infringes two European patents, the 412 and the 482, with its coronary stent systems,
Marvell, a global leader in integrated silicon solutions, announced that on December 26, 2012, a jury in Pittsburgh delivered a verdict in a lawsuit brought by Carnegie Mellon University ("CMU") against Marvell and Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. ("MSI"),
Representative Peter DeFazio (D-OR) throws up his hands as he talks to reporters after a Democratic caucus meeting about debt relief legislation with U.S...Two Congressmen introduced a bill on Wednesday that would penalize companies that file
Topics A man walks in front of a company logo outside an Apple store in downtown Shanghai January 24, 2013. . VirnetX Holding Corp, an internet security software company, said a district court has upheld a previous patent infringement ruling against
University of Oregon School of Law in Eugene, OR, on March 1. This year's conference theme "Earth Too Big to Fail" speaks to how attorneys, environmental activists, students, and concerned citizens can reclaim the bailout phrase, "too big to fail,"