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10 Tips for Managing Litigation for Superior Results and Cost Savings

Earlier this year, a U.S. District Court approved the payment of $310 million in attorney fees to 116 law firms in a single case (TFT-LCD Antitrust Litigation), with one firm receiving $75 million in fees and another receiving $49 million. While that case may be an extreme example, the median hourly rate for partners in U.S. law firms is $625 per hour and the average patent lawsuit requires…See More
May 20, 2013
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10 Tips for Managing Litigation for Superior Results and Cost Savings

Earlier this year, a U.S. District Court approved the payment of $310 million in attorney fees to 116 law firms in a single case (TFT-LCD Antitrust Litigation), with one firm receiving $75 million in fees and another receiving $49 million. While that case may be an extreme example, the median hourly rate for partners in U.S. law firms is $625 per hour and the average patent lawsuit requires…See More
May 19, 2013
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Design Patents in China: Applications, Infringement and Enforcement

Design patents have been making the news. Last summer, Apple’s $1.05 billion verdict against Samsung was famously based, in part, on the finding that Samsung infringed Apple’s rounded-rectangle and edge-to-edge glass designs. Since then, Yamaha, Thule, Oakley, Nike and Spanx, to name just a few, have litigated in the U.S. over the design of headphones, ski racks, sunglasses, footwear and women’s undergarments. And just last month, former head of the USPTO, David Kappos, published an OpEd piece…See More
May 10, 2013
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Intellectual Property Law

Welcome to all lawyers and others with an interest in intellectual property rights.  Whether your passion is patents, trademarks, copyright, or trade secrets, hopefully this group will serve as a friendly hub for meeting like-minded individuals and sharing relevant experience and expertise.See More
Apr 17, 2013
A blog post by Chris Neumeyer was featured

China's Great Leap Forward in Patents

On March 28, Apple Inc. appeared in court in Shanghai to defend charges that Siri, its voice-recognition, personal-assistant software, allegedly infringes a Chinese patent. The plaintiff and owner of the patent, Zhizhen Internet Technology Co., claims its version of the software has over 100 million users in China and is requesting the court to ban all manufacturing or sales of Apple’s product in China.This was not the first time Apple faced patent infringement claims in China. Last summer a…See More
Apr 8, 2013
Chris Neumeyer posted a blog post

China's Great Leap Forward in Patents

On March 28, Apple Inc. appeared in court in Shanghai to defend charges that Siri, its voice-recognition, personal-assistant software, allegedly infringes a Chinese patent. The plaintiff and owner of the patent, Zhizhen Internet Technology Co., claims its version of the software has over 100 million users in China and is requesting the court to ban all manufacturing or sales of Apple’s product in China.This was not the first time Apple faced patent infringement claims in China. Last summer a…See More
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A blog post by Chris Neumeyer was featured

Should Ongoing Royalties be Enhanced for Bad Attitude?

In January 2013, Taiwan’s InnoLux Corp. filed an appeal with the Federal Circuit, requesting the Court to overturn an award of enhanced post-judgment (“ongoing”) royalties that appeared to be enhanced, at least in part, because the trial judge took offense at an out-of-court remark made by the defendant’s CEO, after losing at trial.Specifically, in the case of Mondis Technology v.…See More
Mar 18, 2013
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Mar 16, 2013
Chris Neumeyer posted a blog post

Should Ongoing Royalties be Enhanced for Bad Attitude?

In January 2013, Taiwan’s InnoLux Corp. filed an appeal with the Federal Circuit, requesting the Court to overturn an award of enhanced post-judgment (“ongoing”) royalties that appeared to be enhanced, at least in part, because the trial judge took offense at an out-of-court remark made by the defendant’s CEO, after losing at trial.Specifically, in the case of Mondis Technology v.…See More
Mar 16, 2013
Chris Neumeyer commented on Chris Neumeyer's group Intellectual Property Law
"If a CEO publicly complains after losing a lawsuit, should that imprudent remark constitute grounds to increase the monetary award against his company?  Doesn't seem right, but that's what happened in one recent US patent infringement…"
Mar 16, 2013
Chris Neumeyer commented on Chris Neumeyer's group Intellectual Property Law
"Disparaging Trademarks - Here's an interesting case.  The second most valuable franchise in the NFL is the Washington Redskins, valued at almost $2 billion and dating back to 1932, when they were formed in Boston as the Boston Braves,…"
Mar 8, 2013
Chris Neumeyer commented on Chris Neumeyer's group Intellectual Property Law
"Want to hear something crazy?  I was at a lawyer function the other night and some lawyer mentioned that, years ago, he had represented the owner of the copyright in the Happy Birthday song in filing a legal enforcement action.  Huh? …"
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Feb 18, 2013
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"I see.  Well, it is interesting in that respect.  Still, as a marketing tool, wouldn't it be better if it actually contained some content?  Shouldn't it hand out some free advice, something interesting and helpful, so…"
Feb 8, 2013

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10 Tips for Managing Litigation for Superior Results and Cost Savings

Posted on May 19, 2013 at 11:04 0 Comments

Earlier this year, a U.S. District Court approved the payment of $310 million in attorney fees to 116 law firms in a single case (TFT-LCD Antitrust Litigation), with one firm receiving $75 million in fees and another receiving $49 million. While that case may be an extreme example, the median hourly rate for partners in U.S. law firms is $625 per hour and the average patent lawsuit…

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Design Patents in China: Applications, Infringement and Enforcement

Posted on May 10, 2013 at 3:46 0 Comments

Design patents have been making the news. Last summer, Apple’s $1.05 billion verdict against Samsung was famously based, in part, on the finding that Samsung infringed Apple’s rounded-rectangle and edge-to-edge glass designs. Since then, Yamaha, Thule, Oakley, Nike and Spanx, to name just a few, have litigated in the U.S. over the design of headphones, ski racks, sunglasses, footwear and women’s undergarments. And just last month, former head of the USPTO, David Kappos, published an OpEd…

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China's Great Leap Forward in Patents

Posted on April 8, 2013 at 7:30 0 Comments

On March 28, Apple Inc. appeared in court in Shanghai to defend charges that Siri, its voice-recognition, personal-assistant software, allegedly infringes a Chinese patent. The plaintiff and owner of the patent, Zhizhen Internet Technology Co., claims its version of the software has over 100 million users in China and is requesting the court to ban all manufacturing or sales of Apple’s product in China.

This was not the first time Apple faced patent infringement claims in China. Last…

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Should Ongoing Royalties be Enhanced for Bad Attitude?

Posted on March 16, 2013 at 7:40 0 Comments

In January 2013, Taiwan’s InnoLux Corp. filed an appeal with the Federal Circuit, requesting the Court to overturn an award of enhanced post-judgment (“ongoing”) royalties that appeared to be enhanced, at least in part, because the trial judge took offense at an out-of-court remark made by the defendant’s CEO, after losing at trial.

Specifically, in the case of Mondis…

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