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Patent Infringement: Attorneys’ Fees A Little Easier to Get

Posted in Patent Law

By Audrey A. Millemann               The Federal Circuit has loosened the standard for recovering attorneys’ fees in patent infringement cases, making it easier for winning defendants to obtain their fees from plaintiffs.              The case is Kilopass Technology, Inc. v. Sidense Corp. (Fed. Cir. Dec. 26, 2013), 2013 U.S. App. LEXIS 25671. Kilopass and Sidense… Continue Reading

Not Just For Promotional Use

Posted in Copyright Law

By Scott Hervey  Have you ever been into a used record store (remember those) and picked up a used CD that had the following language either on the CD case or on the CD itself: FOR PROMOTIONAL USE ONLY This CD is the property of the record company and is licensed to the intended recipient… Continue Reading