Roy Futterman adds insight to PCWorld article as Apple and Samsung head back to court.
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We told our 23 mock jurors that they had participated in something historic and it was true. For the first time, DOAR conducted a client-free mock trial. Given our experience in intellectual property and patent disputes, we invented a patent case pertaining to a hypothetical time-release insulin product. The inventors were university-based researchers. The patent’s ownership had been transferred to a patent holding company, SBN, in exchange for future royalties derived from licensing agreements. The accused infringer, Haldon Pharmaceuticals, made and sold a product called Insulex...Read Full Article >
When I first heard about Twitter’s newly proposed patent plan, a few questions came to mind: Who would give up the chance to make significant profit from the creative minds of its employees? What is Twitter thinking? Do they want to just give up the kind of money that puts startups on the map? What about keeping the company focused on innovation and development and limiting the risk of costly, extensive, patent litigation?
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