SunPower Corp., which bills itself as the leading solar energy company in the U.S., accused a competitor in Idaho of infringing its trademark rights by implying it’s an authorized SunPower dealer eligible for its warranties.
The Federal Circuit regularly exceeds the scope of appellate review of patent office decisions established by Congress, Baxter International Inc. told the U.S. Supreme Court in its bid for review of a decision invalidating its telepharmacy patent.
The California Institute of Technology sued Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. seeking royalties on patents covering Wi-Fi technology nearly two years after CalTech won a $1.1 billion verdict against Apple Inc. and Broadcom Inc. on the same technology.
The University of South Florida’s lawsuit against the federal government over a patent on genetically modified mice is headed for a virtual trial, amid uncertainties over the new omicron variant of the coronavirus.
Before Brands Inc., which as SpoonfulONE sells nutritional products meant to prevent food allergies in babies, said Prollergy sells an allergen mix-in product under the Ready, Set, Food! brand that infringes a patent licensed from Stanford University.