A Texas federal judge on Thursday substantially pared a case against SkyBitz, Inc. and ORBCOMM, Inc. in a patent infringement suit over tracking and logistics systems, finding two independent claims invalid for failing to meet the definiteness requirements. Two days after hearing oral arguments from counsel, U.S. District Judge Rodney Gilstrap released a 47-page opinion…
Tex-ABOTA’s Jennifer Doan, along with several other chapter members discuss the importance of the 7th Amendment and the right to trial by jury. The 7th Amendment Symposium teaches local high school students this American freedom and right and introduces them to trial lawyers, judges and court houses throughout their community.
Jennifer Doan and Josh Thane assist Amazon in securing settlement deal with ContentGuard. See the article below covered by Law360. To read more, click the link below: Amazon Files Notice of Settlement in ContentGuard Suit
Jennifer Doan and Josh Thane, together with Rob Tribeck of Rhoads & Sinon, obtained summary judgment that dismissed patent infringement claims asserted against InnerWorkings, Inc., a leading provider of global print management and promotional products to corporate clients in a variety of industries worldwide. To read more click here: http://portal.criticalimpact.com/newsletter/newslettershow5.cfm?contentonly=1&content=23570&id=2851
Partner, Darby Doan, and associate, Brent McCabe, of Haltom & Doan help secure a summary judgment motion that ultimately dismisses client, AutoZone, from suit. View the detailed article from Law360 New York (June 25, 2014, 8:10 PM ET): http://www.law360.com/articles/551474/autozone-jc-penney-duck-claims-in-mobile-ip-suit Source: Law 360
Jennifer Doan and Christy Hawkins, together with Winston & Strawn, lead client Skye Wyatt to settlement in right to privacy case for gay teen. View the Pro Bono Spotlight article by Law360, New York (June 06, 2014, 10:34 PM ET): http://www.law360.com/articles/545536/winston-strawn-wins-privacy-settlement-for-gay-student Source: Law 360- ProBono Spotlight
A Texas federal judge refused Tuesday to consolidate ContentGuard Holdings Inc.’s suits accusing Google Inc., Apple Inc. and others of infringing nine digital rights management and digital content distribution patents, saying the plaintiff voluntarily declined to sue all the defendants together in the same complaint. To read more click the link below: http://www.law360.com/articles/528482/texas-judge-won-t-combine-ip-suits-against-google-apple Source: Law…