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Microsoft Corp. v. Proxyconn, Inc., 789 F.3d 1292 (Fed. Cir. 2015)

By Julie Shursky


  • Proxyconn, Inc. (“Proxyconn”) filed suit against Microsoft Corporation (“Microsoft”), accusing Microsoft of infringing its U.S. Patent No. 6,757,717 (“the ’717 patent.”) …
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U.S. Trade Rep Approves Import Ban on Arista Devices, Says Rival Cisco

The U.S. Trade Representative has upheld an import ban on Arista Networks ethernet switches following a federal commission’s finding in June that the company’s products infringed patents owned by rival Cisco Systems, Cisco said. 269 more words


BMG $25 Mil Piracy Case

Peer to peer fly sharing has been going on since the 1990s. Do you remember Napster, Grokster, Morpheus? I don’t either but they all were successful in the beginning and got dismantled in the middle. 186 more words

My Problem with the TicTocPop Youtube Channel

The clip above and three others is what this post is all about. This will probably be a rare occurrence in my blog. I’m taking an opportunity to complain about something that I feel was a transgression on my rights, and my #Electrosoul Team’s rights as a content creator(s). 1,214 more words


Just Don't Do It

Coca-Cola® can. Samsung® can. McDonald’s® can.

Your company can’t.

So just don’t mention that big event going on down in Brazil. Not in your ad, not in your company’s tweet, not on your company’s Facebook page. 163 more words


Halo Electronics, Inc. v. Pulse Electronics, Inc. et al.

Docket No. 2013-1472, -1656

August 5, 2016

Brief Summary: On remand from SCOTUS, DC decision of no willfulness based on Seagate test vacated and remanded (DC to “consider, as one factor in its analysis, what Pulse knew or had reason to know at the time of the infringement of the Halo patents.”) 401 more words


Trolls - Do they stand a chance !!

Trolls, in IPR lingo, are those non-practicing entities who maintain or invest in patent portfolios with the sole aim of achieving windfall gains when some practicing entity infringe on their portfolios. 289 more words

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