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Trebro Manufacturing, Inc. v. Firefly Equipment, LLC and Steven R. Aposhian

Docket No. 2013-1437

April 9, 2014

Brief Summary: Decision denying preliminary injunction related to sod harverster patent vacated because DC abused its discretion. The opinion also explained “the fact that Trebro does not presently practice the patent does not detract from its likely irreparable harm” because “it sells a competing product” (citing Presidio Components, FC 2012 and others). 471 more words


Samsung okayed Apple attack ads 2 days after Steve Jobs died

Remember those snarky TV spots mocking Apple customers waiting in line for an iPhone?

FORTUNE — Here’s an interesting sequence of events, buried between the lines of a  259 more words


Writers’ rights with Moral Rights – a quick guide

A reader asked the other week what ‘Moral Right’ meant. It’s an interesting area for writers.

Moral right differs from copyright. You own copyright… 461 more words


Kenyan ads and the World Cup

As we get closer to the Brazil 2014 World Cup, there is an increasing number of advertisements on radio, television, newspapers and the internet which make reference to the World Cup. 444 more words

Why isn't Apple suing Google?

Samsung’s argument that Apple attacked the wrong company could resonate with the jury.

FORTUNE — Watching Apple’s (AAPL) patent infringement trial from afar — today, it’s from Prague — I can’t tell if the jury got as clear an explanation of where Apple’s so-called “quick link” software came from as the one Daniel Eran Dilger posted Sunday on AppleInsider ( 465 more words


Non-Appealing Cartelists Beware

Tucked away at the back of last week’s Supreme Court decision on time-limits for follow-on claims is a very important development for private competition actions. 548 more words

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