Much of the patent news that was published on this blog has been moved to the IP Insider section of the Corporate Counsel website. Here's a list of the last several Patent Litigation Weekly columns—
No one has filed more patent lawsuits against corporate America than Acacia Research. But Acacia CEO Paul Ryan says corporations are embracing, not rejecting, his business — and the company's new numbers prove it.
Oct. 18, 2010: Call it the Canadian Bilski
Citing U.S. patent laws, rejecting the European view, and opening the door to a potential rush on business-method patents up north, a Canadian judge says Amazon's controversial 'one-click'
Oct. 4, 2010: NPE Makes Offer Some Companies Can Refuse
Offered the chance to cough up $80,000 apiece to license a patent once held by Intellectual Ventures, drugmaker Novartis and auto parts manufacturer Tenneco decided to fight back instead.
Undeterred by its district court loss to Microsoft — and waiting on a Federal Circuit appeal in any case — Uniloc sues dozens of companies for 'software activation.' Plus, a new study shows that troll patents don't hold up at trial.
Sept. 20, 2010: Skyhook Takes a Shot at Google
This week: The search giant faces a new kind of patent lawsuit — one brought by (imagine!) an actual competitor in an increasingly important space — smartphones
Sept. 13, 2010: Costco v. Omega — The Patent Angle
The world's largest chipmaker hopes to use a Supreme Court case about Omega watches to 'correct' the Federal Circuit's rules on international patent exhaustion
Aug. 30, 2010: Inside Google's Second Patent Trial
Earlier this month, lawyers from Google and Yahoo dismantled a notorious Spangenberg patent. That leaves Google's perfect troll-fighting record intact.