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Microsoft Corp.

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit affirmed a $200 million-plus patent infringement damages award, as well as an accompanying injunction, against Microsoft. In i4i Ltd. P’ship v. Microsoft Corp., the Circuit Court stated that its review of a couple of key issues was limited due to Microsoft’s…
Posted:
05/16/2010
Summaries
Patent Law >
New Settlements and Verdicts

In its complaint filed on February 25, 2009, Microsoft alleged that it is the owner of all right, title, and interest in U.S. Patent Nos. 6,175,789; 7,054,745; 6,704,032; 7,117,286; 6,202,008; 5,579,517; 5,758,352; and 6,256,642 (collectively, “the Microsoft patents-in-suit”).  It asserted that TomTom was “directly infringing and/or inducing others to infringe…
Date of ruling:
03/30/2009
Summaries
Patent Law >
New Judicial Opinions

By way of background, plaintiff Odom, the sole inventor and owner of the ‘592 patent,  claimed that defendant Microsoft has infringed his patent by the manufacture and distribution of Microsoft’s Office 2007 software. In response, Microsoft asserted that during the time period in which Odom filed and prosecuted the patent…
Date of ruling:
01/30/2009
Summaries
Patent Law >
New Judicial Opinions

In this case, the United States District Court for the District of Arizona held plaintiff-appellant RCT’s patents unenforceable due to inequitable conduct. The district court also granted defendant-appellee Microsoft Corp. summary judgment of invalidity and noninfringement. All the patents at issue relate to image halftoning technology used in computers and…
Date of ruling:
08/1/2008
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