Kodak Under Fire For Patent Infringement

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Kodak Under Fire For Patent Infringement Rochester, NY-based OEM Kodak, Inc. is facing another round of accusations of patent infringment as it seeks to lift itself out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy. According to MarketWatch and The Recycler, Kyocera has become the latest company to accuse Kodak … Read more on Castle Ink A10 Seeks New […]

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Is it Patent Infringement if I use parts from another product?

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Question by Forrest: Is it Patent Infringement if I use parts from another product? I came up with a great idea, I don’t have the ability to create the components I need. Would it be Patent Infringement if I take bits and pieces from other products to make my product work? The pieces will be […]

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Motorola drops patent infringement suit against Microsoft

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Motorola drops patent infringement suit against Microsoft Motorola drops patent infringement suit against Microsoft. Motorola and Microsoft have put to bed a long legal battle regarding patent infringements within Xbox 360 hardware, regarding video-coding and connectivity tech within the console. CVG reports … Read more on VG247 Sling Media sues Belkin, Monsoon for patent infringement […]

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Plaintiff Microsoft vs. Barnes & Noble Patent Infringement Analysis

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Pertaining to US Patent 6957233 www.google.com (Claims start on Page 17) From the perspective of Microsoft, I show how the Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet infringes on the above patent. In order for the Nook Tablet to infringe on the patent, there must be at least one INDEPENDENT patent claim that reads on (describes) a […]

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Patent Infringement Important Information

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Michael Craner, Inventor, discusses his experience with General Patent Corporation… the leading Patent Infringement Law Firm in the United States. Owning a patent gives you the right to “exclude others from making, using, offering for sale, or selling” your patented invention. Patent infringement occurs in every industry and sector of the economy, and the job […]

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