Sony-owned Anime Company To Shed Patent Suit With Settlement
Crunchyroll LLC, an anime streaming firm, and a patent-monetization company have agreed to settle an infringement suit targeting the media company.
Jackson State Licensee ‘Thee I Love’ Win Holds as Justices Pass
The owner of a “Thee I Love” trademark registration failed to convince the Supreme Court to revive an infringement lawsuit against a Jackson State University merchandise seller.
Salesforce Wields Old Patent License as Shield Against New Suits
Salesforce.com Inc. is attempting to use a seven-year-old licensing agreement with one patent-assertion company to knock out 10 recent lawsuits filed by a newer one. Linking a shared executive between the two entities is key to its defense.
Twitter Filing Says Parts of Source Code Leaked Online: NYT
Some parts of Twitter’s source code were leaked online, The New York Times reported, citing a legal filing by the social media company.
Internet Archive Loses Suit Over E-book Lending, Covid Library
The Internet Archive’s system for digitally lending e-books and its emergency pandemic library weren’t fair use of thousands of books owned by HarperCollins, Penguin Random House, and other major publishers, a New York federal court said.
Capitol Forum’s Copyright Claim Against Brokerage Firm Proceeds
The Capitol Forum, a Washington,D.C.-based news outlet, will be permitted to continue its lawsuit against brokerage firm Market Securities LLC for copyright infringement.
NXP Beats Impinj’s Bid for Judge to Recast Disputed Patent Term
Impinj Inc. failed to convince a federal judge to reconsider his modified definition of a disputed patent term ahead of a jury trial with