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by Dennis Crouch Arctic Cat Inc. v. Bombardier Recreational Prods. Inc. (Fed. Cir. 2020) This case involves the notice requirement for ..read more
Recent Headlines in the IP World: Louis Columbus: Ford Is Learning Fast From Alphabet & Apple How To Compete With Patents (Source: ..read more
Solutran’s new petition for writ of certiorari asks a seemingly simple question: Does Alice’s step one require that the claims be ..read more
by Dennis Crouch A newly canonical case in property law texts is Popov v. Hayashi, 2002 WL 31833731 (Cal. Super. Dec. 18, 2002).  The ..read more
By David Hricik, Mercer Law School An order by Judge Alsup in Oracle Am., Inc. v. Google, LLC (N.D. Cal. Jan 28, 2020 (here)) reflects an ..read more
By Jason Rantanen Yesterday, Dennis wrote about competing questions in a Supreme Court cert petition.  In its merits brief in Google LLC ..read more
In re Google (Fed. Cir. 2020) In a mandamus order, the Federal Circuit has ruled that Google cannot be sued in E.D. Texas for patent ..read more
I enjoy reading competitive questions-presented in Supreme Court petitions.  Although I don’t have evidence to support this, my ..read more
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Mira Advanced Tech v. Microsoft (Fed. Cir. 2020) The PTAB sided with Microsoft — finding the challenged claims of Mira’s two ..read more
Automotive Body Parts Ass’n v. Ford Global Techs, LLC (Supreme Court 2020) [19-__PetitionForAWritOfCertiorari] Ford has implemented an ..read more

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