This week in Other Barks and Bites: the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) says Judge Alan Albright abused his discretion in denying transfer to Honeywell; Judge Pauline Newman argues to keep her district court case against CAFC alive; Google settles a patent lawsuit launched by an AI chip company asking $1.67 billion in damages; the International Trademark Association (INTA) publishes a report highlighting companies’ IP value; and the Pokemon Company releases a statement on potential copyright infringement by a rival game developer.
- Other Barks & Bites for Friday, February 23: Intel and Microsoft Announce Landmark Chip and IP Deal; Court Overturns $1 Billion Copyright Infringement Ruling Against Cox; and Reddit and Google Set to Announce AI Content Licensing Agreement
- Members of Congress Blast Biden on March-In Proposal and Pandemic Accord
- Rader’s Ruminations: The Most Striking (and Embarrassing) Legal Mistake in Modern Patent Law
- Supreme Court Denies Five IP Petitions on Issues from IPR Joinder to Contributory Trademark Infringement
- ‘Where Are the Designers on This?’: Some Post-Argument Thoughts on LKQ v. GM