CAFC Tosses out Judge Albright’s Decision of Barring an Expert’s Testimony
shot by IP News Shots / 9:12 pm on 02 March, 2021
The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) tossed out District Judge Albright’s ruling to exclude part of a technical expert’s testimony in a patent infringement lawsuit. The court found that the judge had not explained the reason as to why he forbade patent holder Finalrod IP LLC expert’s testimony.
shot by IP News Shots / 6:27 pm on 04 February, 2021
The patent infringement trial involving M-I LLC, a unit of Schlumberger Limited has been postponed from its February schedule to the month of June this year. The postponement is done by the US District Court for the Western District of Texas and the judge stated that the trial may be pulled up again if a date opens up before the new scheduled date.
shot by IP News Shots / 6:22 pm on 25 January, 2021
Jericho Oil Corporation has announced the acquisition of all the assets of Hydrogen technologies Inc. including its patented Dynamic Combustion Chamber (DCC) technology. The agreement is a share transfer based deal and HTI will receive a pre-decided amount of shares from Jericho.
shot by IP News Shots / 6:50 pm on 22 January, 2021
The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) agrees with a patent invalidity ruling of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) following a challenge by Chevron Oronite Co., LLC. The motor oil patent belonging to Infineum USA LP was invalidated based on obviousness and the CAFC found the arguments against the patent validity presented by Chevron to be constant all through the proceedings.
Midwest Energy Withdraws Litigation, Signs Licensing Deal for SEA Process
shot by IP News Shots / 6:39 pm on 12 January, 2021
Midwest Energy Emission Corp. (MEEC) has announced the signing of a non-exclusive license for some patents relating to a two-part Sorbent Enhancement Additive (SEA) process used for removing mercury from coal-fired power plants. Midwest has signed the agreement with a leading national utility and as a consequence of the deal, the company has agreed to withdraw a patent litigation.
Air Liquide and Cobham End Patent Infringement Lawsuit
shot by IP News Shots / 6:09 pm on 07 January, 2021
A unit of Air LiquideS. A. had earlier claimed that an air-separation membrane module, which is sold by Cobham, infringed its patent for a filter used in the systems created to decrease the explosion hazard of aircraft fuel-storage tanks. Though the case has been dismissed, no details for dismissal have been provided.
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