Waymo Patent Reconsideration: Key Updates & Impact

Waymo Patent Reconsideration

Waymo Patent Reconsideration: Key Updates & Impact

Waymo’s Patent Reconsideration: Impact on Self-Driving Technology The recent development in Waymo’s patent scenario brings significant changes. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s final activity on September 12th affected the reconsideration of Google’s self-driving auto subsidiary, Waymo’s patent. The implications are substantial: Waymo potentially stands to lose 53 out of

Patent Deal Impact

VirnetX vs. Apple: $595.9M Patent Deal Impact

Apple Settles Patent Infringement Case with VirnetX: Key Details and Implications VirnetX Holding Partnership, a patent proprietor based in Breeze Bay, NV, recently filed a Shape 8-K with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regarding an agreement with Apple, headquartered in Cupertino, CA, concerning ongoing patent infringement proceedings. The

Patent Law Disarray

Government Circuit Chaos: Patent Law Disarray

The Unsettling State of Patent Eligibility under § 101: A Critical Analysis Over the past four years, the Government Circuit’s decisions concerning patent eligibility under 35 U.S.C. § 101 have veered off course, leaving inventors and industries adrift in a sea of inconsistency. The lack of coherence across these rulings

Trademark Registration

Trademark Registration: Brunetti Case Impact

The Evolution of Trademarks: Assessing the Impact of Legal Changes In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Matal v. Hat (137 S. Ct. 1744, June 19, 2017), significant shifts have emerged in the treatment of disparaging trademark registration. Examining the landscape a year post this ruling

Friday the 13th Copyright

Friday the 13th Copyright: Judge’s Ruling

Judge Underhill’s Ruling in Copyright Case for Friday the 13th In a recent ruling by U.S. Region Judge Stefan Underhill on September 28th, a significant decision was reached concerning the copyright dispute surrounding the cult horror film ‘Friday the 13th.’ The judge’s decision centered on Victor Miller, the screenwriter behind