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Guest Post: A Small Practice Note on Patent Family Licensing with a Billion Dollar Effect? from

By François deVilliers, Chief IP Counsel, Plantronics, Inc. When negotiating a patent license, the family of patents may not have matured fully yet. The “Licensed Patents” are thus normally expressly defined to be “anything related ...

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The order of inventors on the WARF patent that Apple infringed: the professor was last from

Forbes discussed the UW patent involved in the litigation loss by Apple to WARF:

"We believed our technology was ahead of its time," said UW research Professor Gurindar Sohi in a statement released by the ...

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Lockout: ‘Escape From New York’ in space"; copyright infringement found in France from

See the post in Variety John Carpenter Wins Plagiarism Case vs. Luc Besson Over ‘Lockout’ on alleged borrowing from
"Excape from New York" that appears in "Lockout."

In a ruling made public on 15 October ...

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Governments’ Role In Management Of Internet In Question At ICANN Meeting from

Amidst rising voices that time is of essence to finalise the oversight transition for core internet functions from the United States government to the community of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN ...

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