201404.03
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And The Software Patent Saga Continues

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(Originally Published in Los Angeles Daily Journal (4/03/2014)) On Monday, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in CLS Bank International v. Alice Corp., No. 13298, a case that could decide the extent to which software can be patented. The court reviewed the case after an en banc panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the…

201403.06
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Easier Fee Shifting In Patent Cases, Maybe

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Originally published in Los Angeles Daily Journal, March 6, 2014 The Supreme Court recently heard oral argument in two patent cases that could make it much easier for prevailing defendants to recoup their attorney fees from losing plaintiffs. Unlike the rule applied in English courts, which require losing parties to pay their opponent’s attorney fees,…

201311.20
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A new patent venue on the rise

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Los Angeles Daily Journal (November 20, 2013) Are administrative judges of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board going to be “acting as death squads, killing [intellectual] property rights”? That is how Chief Judge Randall Rader of the Federal Circuit characterized the PTAB in informal remarks at an annual meeting of IP professionals in Washington, D.C….

201211.05
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Davidson Law Group and PWSP win unanimous jury verdict against Zobmondo! Entertainment LLC on behalf of Spin Master Ltd et al.

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On November 5, 2012, Davidson Law Group, together with Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, obtained on behalf of Spin Master Ltd., Justin Heimberg, and David Heimberg, a unanimous jury verdict of trademark infringement against Zobmondo! Entertainment LLC. After cross examination of the Defendants’ fact and expert witnesses by Mr. Davidson, the jury found that Plaintiffs’ WOULD…