June, 2014

Supreme Court Sets Definite Test for Patent Indefiniteness

Reading Time: 3 minutes Nautilus Inc. isn’t the only winner in the U.S. Supreme Court case decided on June 2nd this year. The court ruled in Nautilus’ favor in a patent infringement case that has broad implications. With the evolution of technology over the years, it had become very crucial to decide what would be definite and obvious to a person skilled in the […]

Have Great IP? The Big Fish Will Pay You a Fortune

Reading Time: 3 minutes Ever since the 1990s, mergers and acquisitions (more commonly called M&As) have been on a roll. Be it boom time or bust, M&As have always been at the helm of business affairs. And an interesting aspect of this business activity is that a majority of M&As were based entirely on the acquirer’s desire to obtain the target’s intellectual property assets. […]

Court ‘Likes’ Van Der Meer, Calls FB to Face Jury

Reading Time: 2 minutes For an entire year, when people were busy sharing, befriending and glorifying their emotions on Facebook, the social media company was busy trying to keep a patent lawsuit at bay. An earlier iRunway blog wondered the “Like” button on Facebook was in peril. But now, it’s clear that it’s not just the “Like” button, but the “Share” and other features […]