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Modifying a Patent Infringement Injunction After Remand

Method claims can be the basis for enjoining a defendant from selling certain software, even if the software does not directly infringe asserted patent claims without a customer’s use. Therefore, following the Federal Circuit’s holding that certain asserted claims were invalid, it was appropriate to modify an injunction to exclude software configurations encompassed only by the invalidated […]

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Preliminary Injunction for Apple in Patent Fight Against Samsung?

In the ongoing smartphone/tablet patent litigation between Apple and Samsung, the Federal Circuit has agreed with Samsung on almost every dispositive issue related to Apple’s request for preliminary injunctive relief, but “almost” may not be enough to save Samsung from a preliminary injunction concerning at least one product.  Apple, Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., […]

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Bad Faith Supports Preliminary Injunction Under the ACPA

A motion for a preliminary injunction was granted to prevent continued use of the plaintiff’s mark in the defendants’s domain name where the plaintiff was likely to succeed on the merits of its claim under the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (“ACPA”), 15 U.S.C. § 1125(d). West Coast Corvettes Inc. v. MV Marketing Inc., No. SACV […]

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