Aistemos’s patent intelligence software, Cipher, now includes MaxVal’s international patent litigation data
The USPTO recently announced its Relevant Prior Art (RPA) Initiative, seeking to leverage electronic resources to improve an examiner’s access to relevant information from applicant’s other related applications. These resources may include related U.S. applications, international applications under the PCT, and counterpart foreign applications by the same applicant.
MaxVal celebrated the World IP Day at its India locations at Coimbatore and Chennai on April 26, 2018. WIPO has designated April 26 every year as World Intellectual Property Day to promote discussion on the role of IP in encouraging innovation and creativity. It is observed worldwide in over 180 member countries of WIPO through different outreach programs.
MaxVal, a leading technology-enabled IP solutions provider known for its cutting edge products and automated solutions announces the global data expansion of MaxVal’s Litigation Databank with the inclusion of valuable non-US litigation data.
Recently, Arista Networks won a major ruling in the long-running patent and copyright clash with Cisco. A jury in San Jose, California federal court found that Arista owed no damages over Cisco’s claims of patent infringement. Additionally, the jurors also found that Arista did not infringe Cisco’s patent as well.
Samsung Electronics, Qualcomm and Global Foundries are being sued in the Federal Court of Texas by the US-based Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) for usage of their FinFet technologies without any permit.
The Federal Circuit decided Arendi S.A.R.L vs Apple Inc. in August of this year. The Court ruled that the Patent Trial and Appeal Board misapplied the law on permissible use of common sense in an analysis. While reversing the PTAB’s final decision, the Federal Circuit held that the PTAB’s application of common sense to supply a limitation missing from a prior art reference was conclusory and unsupported by substantial evidence. The Federal Circuit explained the proper use of common sense in an obviousness finding and helpful guidance for practitioners.
Network-1 Technologies, Inc. agreed to resolve its patent litigation case against Polycom, Inc, pending in the United States District Court of EDTX, for infringement of Network-1's Remote Power Patent (U.S. Patent No. 6218930, the ‘930 patent). Polycom was one amongst the sixteen defendants named in the litigation.
Yahoo has filed a patent for a camera equipped "smart" billboard that has a wide array of sensors and drone-based cameras to collect information about people for ad targeting.