Tag: software

Software Patents – What Evidence Should Be Required to File an Infringement Suit?

It is well-established that patent holders may not simply file patent infringement lawsuits in order to determine if a company may be infringing their patents.  As interpreted by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Rule 11 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure requires that patent holders do the following prior to filing…

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New Blog: “The Software Intellectual Property Report”

Software has perplexed the intellectual property community for some time.  It seems beyond dispute that companies invest a great deal of money in developing software and that it can have great value. Most would agree that the investment companies make in software should be protected from appropriation by others. However reasonable these propositions may seem,…

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