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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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Permanent Injunction Entered in Patent Case

An injunction was the only way to remedy the plaintiff’s loss of its ability to exclusively practice its patent claims, according to the court in Brocade Comm. Sys. v. A10 Networks, No. C 10-3428 PSG (N.D. Cal. Jan 10, 2013). The court thus granted the plaintiff’s motion for a permanent injunction following a finding of […]

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