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  • April 01, 2020
     
    Texas Lawbook
    A hotly contested patent dispute in the oil patch likely ended when a federal appeals court ruled that Latham client Schlumberger did not infringe on the intellectual property of a Houston energy inventor.
     
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  • October 16, 2018
     
    Law360
    A Massachusetts federal judge on Tuesday ruled that a CardioNet LLC cardiac monitor patent asserted against Latham client InfoBionic Inc. is invalid under the US Supreme Court's Alice decision.
     
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  • February 01, 2018
     
    Law360
    The Federal Circuit held that parts of three Paice LLC hybrid vehicle patents were invalid in the latest rulings to arise from a series of challenges that Latham client Ford Motor Co. brought against Paice.
     
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  • November 03, 2017
     
    Law360
    The Federal Circuit upheld a jury’s determination that ZTE Corp. infringed two patents of Latham client InterDigital Communications Inc., covering wireless communication.
     
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  • April 21, 2017
     
    Law360
    The Federal Circuit upheld the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s decisions that many claims of two Paice LLC patents on hybrid vehicle technology are invalid — another victory for Latham client, Ford Motor Co.
     
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  • March 07, 2017
     
    Law360
    The Federal Circuit largely upheld Patent Trial and Appeal Board decisions that invalidated claims in two Paice LLC hybrid vehicle patents, handing an early victory to Latham client, Ford Motor Co.
     
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  • August 08, 2016
     
    Corporate Counsel
    A Delaware federal judge signed off on automaker and Latham client Jaguar Land Rover North America’s request for more than $2 million in “exceptional case” attorney fees and expenses over a patent infringement case that was deemed “objectively baseless.”
     
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  • May 09, 2016
     
    Law360
    The Federal Circuit refused to revive a Vehicle Interface Technologies LLC patent asserted against Latham client Jaguar Land Rover, affirming a district judge's finding that the patent was anticipated by prior art.
     
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