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Alight Technology asked that the entire District Court case DC 1649 be dismissed, along with a patent from the DC1950 case, thereby giving up its previous assertion of a total of 8 patents against 3Shape in the Delaware litigations.
Multiple Facebook posts shared hundreds of times claim that a person named Richard A. Rothschild filed a patent for novel coronavirus test in 2015. The claim is false; the image shows a supplemental application that was filed in 2020 following the submission of another patent application in 2015 that was not related to the coronavirus.
A newly filed malpractice lawsuit against copyright lawyer Richard Lieborwitz shows that one of his clients is fed up.
Clive Palmer has repeatedly been accused of giving false evidence during a cross-examination in a copyright dispute over his political party’s use of a cover of the Twisted Sister song We’re Not Gonna Take It.
The Bills last week filed an application to trademark the fan base’s adopted nickname in preparation to launch a series of branded merchandise and apparel available at Buffalo’s team store and sold online.