The Supreme Court set off a patent law earthquake with its venue decision TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods Group Brands. Three months later it's still unclear how far the shock waves will spread.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley has thrown a wrench into the company's plan to tell jurors that Anthony Levandowski may have had an innocent reason for downloading Google's data.
Federal Circuit judges show little interest in steering dispute into arbitration.
The appeals court affirmed attorney fee awards totaling $12 million in a pair of cases involving Alzheimer's disease research.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Jacqueline Corley said Uber's selective waiver of attorney-client privilege for meetings involving Travis Kalanick and Uber litigation chief Angela Padilla was self-serving and implausible.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation scored a win Monday in its assault on a patent that claimed to cover the very idea of a podcast.
Three years after the U.S. Supreme Court eased the standard for awarding "exceptional case" attorney fees in patent litigation, the parties in that case are still fighting about—and incurring—fees.
A new monkey may have to bring a test case to get a definitive answer on whether animals can be "authors" under copyright law. Naruto, the crested macaque from Indonesia, is talking settlement.
Normally, a $10 million verdict is nothing to crow about. But Irell partner David Gindler called it an "amazing outcome" for his client considering Dutch electronics corporation Koninklijke Philips N.V. was seeking $217 million.
A hearing Wednesday before U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh could resolve whether last year's U.S. Supreme Court decision means another showdown between the tech giants.