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Patents News In Georgia - Google News

Southern District of Florida Awards Ongoing Royalty and Pre-Judgment Interest
Lexology (registration)
Defendant argued the rate should not exceed the jury's rate because only 3 years remain on the patent (Georgia-Pacific factor 7), and Plaintiff is no longer licensing its patents (Georgia-Pacific factor 4). Id. Taking into consideration the Georgia ...


Judge Knocks Out Imaging Patent For Inequitable Conduct
Law360 (subscription)
Law360, New York (January 12, 2017, 8:44 PM EST) -- Visage Imaging Inc. won a ruling Wednesday that a patent for a 3-D medical image system is unenforceable after a Georgia federal judge decided that the patent's owner committed inequitable conduct ...



Newly-granted Google patent sheds light on how the search engine sees entities
Search Engine Land
Anyone who knows me knows that I'm a big fan of reading Google patents ? or, when I'm feeling lazy, reading Bill Slawski's analysis of them over on his blog, SEO By The Sea. I also have a particular ..... These connections may be useful in ...



China's Xiaomi Dismisses Fundraising Speculation After Challenging Year
Wall Street Journal
Critics have argued that the company would face patent infringements if it expanded to the U.S. or Europe because it doesn't have enough intellectual property to strike cross-licensing patent deals with other smartphone manufacturers. Outside of China ...

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