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  • Patent Trolls: What They Are and How We Fight Them

    Patent trolls have existed for as long as patents have existed, but the term patent troll originates from an educational video released to corporations in the early 1990s. It is a derogatory term used to describe people or companies that attempt to enforce patent rights against ... Read Article
  • U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Patent Troll Case that could end venue selection in Eastern Texas Courts

    Courts in the Eastern District of Texas are often sought out by companies looking to file lawsuits for patent infringement. In fact, nearly half of all patent suits filed in the United States are heard in the Eastern District of Texas. However, an upcoming Supreme Court case ... Read Article
  • One Internet Entrepreneur's Approach to Fighting Off a Patent Troll

    Fark.com: 'We don't make news. We mock it.' Fark.com is an internet news aggregator boasting millions of monthly page views. Drew Curtis originally registered Fark.com in 1997. Since then, Fark has grown to become one of the most successful sites of its kind. How Fark works (and ... Read Article
  • Updates in Patent Litigation: Patent Eligibility, Or Bad News for Patent Trolls

    35 U.S. Code § 101 - Inventions Patentable Last week we focused on patent troll defense litigation. This week, we take it back a few years to when the Supreme Court upheld a district court ruling in Alice Corp vs. CLS Bank . CLS Bank is a global network that facilitates currency ... Read Article
  • Fighting the Evil Patent Troll

    A play-by-play on what a patent troll is, how they operate, and what you can do about them to protect your business... Have you ever heard of "patent trolls?" If not, you probably have heard them referred to as their other, less-scary-sounding names such as patent holding ... Read Article
  • Defending Against a Patent Troll

    A Patent Troll is an entity that owns patent rights and sues or threatens to sue to enforce for infringement or licensing royalties, yet often does not manufacture any products or supply any services based upon the patent rights that they hold. They simply make a business out of ... Read Article
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