After some 350 docket entries, a firm that was representing certain
opt-out plaintiffs in the DRAM antitrust case was disqualified in
Unisys Corp. v. Hynix Semiconductor, Inc., 3:06-CV-2915 (N.D. Cal.
12/18/2008). The D.C. firm had merged in a California firm in Oct.
2008, which brought in as a partner an attorney who had represented an ...
Gibson is suing Activision for infringing their 1999 patent 5,990,405,
entitled “System and Method for Generating and Controlling a Simulated
Musical Concert Experience.”
Why slug it out in court when you can
obtain Congressional immunity? Wave the magic 9/11 wand, and your
patent problems will disappear.
The Senate Judiciary Committee recently released a draft report on the
status and amendments to the Senate version of the Patent Reform bill,
otherwise known as S. 1145.
Aaron Capron interviews Linda J. Thayer,
of Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, regarding the
injunction of the new claims and continuation rules.