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Survival Of The ‘Micro-Entity’ IP Licensing Model

The economic value of an IP licensing business model derives fundamentally from the incremental and relative value a particular piece of proprietary technology contributes to a product or market.  In some cases, the technology represents a product in itself, but more often the technology represents a portion or improvement to an existing product.  I refer to … Continue reading

Patent Owner Vindicated As Winston Drives Hyundai Off A Cliff

Just this afternoon, a Tyler, Texas jury decided that four different claims of US Patent 7,606,739 were infringed by Hyundai, and none of the claims were proven invalid by clear and convincing evidence.  The jury awarded damages to patent owner Clear With Computers in excess of $11.5 MM.  Marc Fenster of Russ August & Kabat, … Continue reading