ViaSat Wins $49.3M In IP Lawsuit

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viasat satellite communications lawsuit legal patent infringement licensing contractCarlsbad-based ViaSat , which develops satellite communications and other wireless networking technology, has been awarded $49.3M in a lawsuit against Acacia Communications. ViaSat said the award came from a jury in the Superior Court for San Diego County, after that jury found that Acacia Communications had violated intellectual property law by misusing Viasat's proprietary technology.

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Should I license my IP, sell a royalty stream, or just produce products?

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They will be more willing to pay a royalty fee if your product gets them to market earlier or is protected by patent to create a barrier to their competition. Email readers, continue here…] Arthur: This is a matter between the owner of your IP (you) and the would-be user of your IP.

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Should I license my IP, sell a royalty stream, or just produce products?

Berkonomics

They will be more willing to pay a royalty fee if your product gets them to market earlier or is protected by patent to create a barrier to their competition. Email readers, continue here…] Arthur: This is a matter between the owner of your IP (you) and the would-be user of your IP.

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Your New Venture IP Portfolio Sets Investment Value

Startup Professionals Musings

When someone says Intellectual Property (IP), most entrepreneurs think only of patents. In reality, patents are only one of at least eight items that should be in your IP portfolio. Patents. Remember that ideas cannot be patented, only novel implementations.

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RealD Claims Patent Wins

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Los Angeles-based 3D movie projection technology developer RealD said today that it has reinforced its global IP protection, after a number of patent wins. According to RealD, one of its patents was recently reaffirmed by the Australian Patent Office, after a re-examination request by what it called a "struggling competitor", and a similar win at the US Patent and Trademark Office.

Be Frugal, But Never Cheap When Locking Down Your IP

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The money you pay your intellectual property (IP) lawyer should be judiciously spent. However, the potential costs associated with an IP mishap can be catastrophic. An invalidated patent or one deemed to infringe the rights of another party can devastate a startup.

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Broadcom, Tessera In Patent Settlement

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Broadcom and Tessera Technologies have settled an ongoing patent dispute, according to Tessera, where the two have agree to settle and dismiss all pending litigation between them. Tessera said this morning that Broadcom entered into a new multi-year patent license agreement with Tessera. The deal was between Broadcom and Tessera's Xperi semiconductor and IP licensing business. broadcom tessera patent legal lawsuit semiconductor

“Stigma is Going Away”: Cannabis IP is Thorny, But Not Impossible

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No longer solely the provenance of hippie or outlaw types, the U.S. cannabis industry has become more sophisticated and tech-enabled as it has come out of the shadows over the past decade.

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Imprimis Pharmaceuticals Licenses IP

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Imprimis said it is in the process of filing for a patent on those new IP assets. San Diego-based Imprimis Pharmaceuticals said this morning that it has licensed a set of intellectual property assets, from Buderer Drug Company. Financial details of the licensing deal were not announced. Imprimis said it is developing innovations based on technology from the compounding pharmacy operations of Buderer. The company did not say what segment of the market the new assets would target.

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Qualcomm Gets $31M in Patent Infringement Trial Win Over Apple

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Wireless giant Qualcomm notched a win Friday in its ongoing multijurisdictional war with smartphone maker Apple as a federal jury in San Diego unanimously backed its patent infringement case. Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM ) said Friday that the jury found that some versions of Apple’s iPhones—the 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, and X—infringed two of its patents while the three newer models also infringed a third.

OnGreen Launches Patent Marketplace

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Pasadena-based OnGreen , the online marketplace for green and clean technology businesses, said today that it has launched a new, patent marketplace focused on allowing users to license or sell their intellectual property (IP). OnGreen said the patent exchange will focus on promoting the sale and licensing of green and clean technology patents and other form of IP. Tags: ongreen patent intellectual property legal exchange marketplace

Introduction to IP

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Thursday, April 8, 2010 -- Introduction to IP. Anyone involved in innovation--from gene therapy treatments to surfboard designs--needs to know what their IP is and how to protect it. This introductory survey will provide you with the ability to identify intellectual property and determine how to best protect it--including patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets. CONNECT.

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Maximizing IP Value and Avoiding Common Patent Pitfalls

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Thursday, September 17, 2009 -- Maximizing IP Value and Avoiding Common Patent Pitfalls. Come hear from experts at Knobbe Martens about offensive strategies for establishing a valuable intellectual property portfolio and for avoiding common mistakes that can harm your patent rights. OCTANe.

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German Court Sides with Qualcomm in Patent Litigation Versus Apple

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The court ruled that Cupertino, CA-based Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL ) infringed a Qualcomm patent that relates to a way to extend a smartphone’s battery life by enabling it to use power more efficiently.

Venture Capitalists On IP

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Tuesday, June 16, 2009 -- CommNexus presents: Venture Capitalist's Perspective on IP. John Nelson of California Capital Partners will be discussing how venture capitalists consider patents, trademarks and other forms of intellectual property in their assessments of potential investee companies, valuations and exit strategies.

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Meetrix Gets Patent

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Los Angeles-based Meetrix , a developer of an online virtual conference room service, said today that it has granted a patent by the U.S. Patent and Trademark office. The patent, number 7,664,056, was issued February 16th, and covers "Media based collaboration using mixed-mode PSTN and Internet networks". According to the USPTO, the patent covers a technique to allow standard telephone users to audio conference with video conferencing participants over IP networks.

SAM and Traklight present: "IP Basics" with Tony Keats and Mary Juetten

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Thursday, November 10, 2016 -- “IP BASICS” WITH SAM PARTNER TONY KEATS, AND TRAKLIGHT’S MARTY JUETTEN Learn about the differences between trademarks, copyrights and patents, and the steps that you need to take to protect the intellectual property of your business, including the introduction of a free business risk assessment. See https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sam-traklight-present-ip-basics-with-tony-keats-mary-juetten-tickets-28434831346.

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Annual IP Case Law Review

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Thursday, November 4, 2010 -- CommNexus Presents: Annual IP Case Law Review. Join in a panel discussion of the cases that were decided and that have affected the landscape of patent law this past year. Kappos, in which the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit held that the Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) had calculated term extensions for patents incorrectly in some instances. Supreme Court which affected whether software and business methods are patentable.

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Copyrights and Design Patents Filling the Gaps in Your IP Strategyand#8232; and#8232;

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Tuesday, April 13, 2010 -- CommNexus Presents: Copyrights and Design Patents Filling the Gaps in Your IP Strategyand#8232; and#8232; Join the Intellectual Property SIG on for an unusual opportunity to hear from experts in lesser understood IP areas. Derek Richmond and Professor Julie Cromer will be discussing the use of copyrights and design patents and how they fit into the overall scheme of a companys IP strategy.

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Do You Really Own Your IP?

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Thursday, September 10, 2009 -- Do You Really Own Your IP? Strategies for Protecting and Commercializing Your Patents, Copyrights and Trademarks. Many companies, even those that are considered IP-savvy, have hidden problems with ownership of their valuable IP rights. This program will explore IP ownership planning, securing unperfected or problematic rights, and problem identification and resolution.

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Every Startup Needs Intellectual Property To Thrive

Startup Professionals Musings

When someone says Intellectual Property (IP), most entrepreneurs think only of patents. In reality, patents are only one of at least eight items that should be in your IP portfolio. Patents. Remember that ideas cannot be patented, only novel implementations.

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Navigating Your Way Through the IP Mine Field

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Thursday, April 7, 2011 -- LA CEOs, an education and support group for CEOs presents: Navigating Your Way Through the IP Mine Field In today's technologically based world, Intellectual Property issues are more relevant than ever After reviewing the basics of patent, trademark, and copyright law, we will look at some modern day IP law applications including areas where the law struggles to keep up with technology.

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Patent Policy ?? From the Hill to the Patent Office

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Monday, February 1, 2010 -- Patent Policy  From the Hill to the Patent Office. Effective intellectual property (IP) protection is essential to the survival of start-up companies. Without strong IP protection, companies will fail to raise early stage funding and will be vulnerable to opportunistic and incumbent competitors. CONNECT is pleased to host a special policy forum focused on the issues surrounding patent reform.

EdgeCast Inks Patent Licensing Deal, Adds Customers

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According to EdgeCast, the IP deal grants the firm a license for more than thirty issued and pending patents, covering display and delivery of rich media; automated hosting and server management; load balancing; dynamic DNS, and other technology. The firm said the patents date from as early as 1994. Tags: edgecast patent legal licensing web.com music content delivery network

Qualcomm Says Chinese Court Has Banned Some Apple iPhone Sales

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Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM ) said the court had granted two preliminary injunctions against the subsidiaries over patents the San Diego company said Apple had violated. The patents Qualcomm accuses the smartphone maker of unlawfully benefiting from relate to how people edit photographs and how they use the device’s touch screen to manage mobile applications, the company. Qualcomm announced a win Monday in its ongoing and multijurisdictional legal battle with Apple.

Intellectual Property is More Than Patents

Startup Professionals Musings

When someone says Intellectual Property (IP), most people think only of patents. In reality, patents are only one of at least seven items that should be in your IP portfolio. Patents. Remember that ideas cannot be patented, only novel implementations.

Faraday Future Names Former Tesla Exec As VP Technology, Product

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According to Faraday Future, it has named Jeff Risher as the company's Vice President of Product, Technology, and IP Strategy. Risher was previously at Apple-- where he was involved with a high profile battle with a patent troll --and also had served at Abbott Laboratories, Latham & Watkins, and Rutan & Tucker in Orange County. faraday future jeff risher patent legal executive technology counsel litigation attorney tesla apple

Acacia Research Names New VP In Asia

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Newport Beach-based patent and IP licensing firm Acacia Research announced this morning that it has named a new VP to to head up its efforts in Asia. Seki was most recently Chief IP Officer and General Manager, Intellectual Property Division for Renesas Electronics. working on IP licensing, litigation, patent acquisitions and business development. international executive property intellectual licensing patent research acacia

Fuisz Media Ties With Intellectual Ventures

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Santa Monica-based interactive video technology developer Fuisz Media and IP licensing firm Intellectual Ventures said yesterday that the two are in a intellectual property licensing agreement. The companies said that Fuisz has acquired several strategic patents related to interactive video technology from IV, and has become a customer of IV''s patent defense program. Financial details of the patent licensing deal were not announced.

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TechZulu Live to Premiere "TZLaw" at 5:15 p.m. PT Thursday, October 7, with IP Attorney Denise Grayson of "The Social Network"

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PT as they kick off the new weekly tech law show "TechZulu Law" with a discussion with IP attorney Denise Grayson, who portrays the attorney of Eduardo Saverin in the film about the early days of Facebook, "The Social Network.".

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No Stairway (Infringement) and the Importance of Shared Design Tools in Innovation

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The use of intellectual property (IP) to claim these tools can be problematic. For those who follow IP law, this is the tension behind the “abstraction test” in copyright and the recent Supreme Court software patent decision in Alice Corp.

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Intellectual Property – Worthless To A Startup, Priceless To A Big Dumb Company

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Intellectual Property (IP) is an ugly thing at a startup. However, to a Big Dumb Company (BDC), a startup’s IP is a thing of beauty. How can IP be worthless to a startup yet very worthwhile to a BDC? Because IP has intrinsic value, but only in the right hands.

Acacia Research Names Two VPs

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Newport Beach-based Acacia Research , the technology patent licensing firm, said today that it has named two VPs. Acacia Research acquires patents, aggressively pursuing technology firms for IP licensing and patent infringement. acacia research patent licensing legal executiveThe firm said it has named Eric Lucas as Senior Vice President, and John Schneider as Vice President at the company.

Acacia Taps Broadcom Vet As New VP

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Newport Beach-based Acacia Research , the patent portfolio and licensing firm, said today that it has named David Rosmann as Senior Vice President. Rosmann has previously served as Vice President, Intellectual Property Litigation at Broadcom Corporation, where he managed the firm's IP litigation efforts for over ten years. acacia research patent licensinig executive broadcom

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Emulex Licenses Technology From Alacritech

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Costa Mesa-based Emulex , a developer of storage networking products, said today that it has signed a deal with Alacritech, a developer of TCP/IP offload technology, which will give it access to Alacritech's patent portfolio. Tags: emulex alacritech tcpip offload patent license

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