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7 Jul 2016, 12:24 am by Florian Mueller
The first one is a renewed motion for JMOL (this post continues below the document): 16-07-06 Oracle's Renewed Motion for JMOL Against Google by Florian Mueller on ScribdThere is no question that Judge Alsup will deny it. [read post]
22 Jul 2018, 7:39 am by Florian Mueller
Qualcomm filed its opposition brief on July 12 (this post continues below the document): 18-07-12 Qualcomm's Opposition to Consumers' PI Motion by Florian Mueller on ScribdQualcomm's legal arguments against the motion involve timing (the same consumer plaintiffs had filed a public interest statement with the ITC a long time ago, thus they knew about the ITC case, but waited until recently to thwart Qualcomm's pursuit of an exclusion order, i.e., U.S.… [read post]
5 Aug 2019, 2:51 am
A 'Notice of letter to court' filed by Nokia that contains the decision and an English translation thereof has been made available by Florian Mueller of FOSS Patents here.The proceedings between Nokia, Daimler and ContinentalNokia holds a portfolio of Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) relating to communication standards. [read post]
2 Nov 2018, 11:13 am by Florian Mueller
"Now I've quoted Apple's statement before showing it (this post continues below the document): 18-10-31 ITC 337-TA-1065 Apple Pub Int Stmt by Florian Mueller on ScribdApart from footnote 1 (quoted above the document), a couple of aspects of Apple's filing are worth highlighting:Apple attributes to Qualcomm's "anticompetitive practices" the fact that "in the past decade, multiple U.S. baseband chipset suppliers--including Broadcom, Marvell,… [read post]
3 Aug 2019, 2:48 am by Florian Mueller
Here's the consent motion (this post continues below the document):19-07-30 Unopposed QCOM Mot... by Florian Mueller on ScribdThe extension is needed not only by Qualcomm but also by persons and entities who will submit amicus curiae briefs in support of Qualcomm's appeal.The Ninth Circuit will schedule a hearing as soon as possible after briefing is complete. [read post]
8 Oct 2019, 12:01 pm by Florian Mueller
So timing could become a bigger issue should Conti, after a successful appeal in Munich (a Happy Halloween scenario for Conti), seek to broaden the scope of the order they're seeking.This is an interesting procedural twist, and should I find anything worth highlighting after a closer look (so far I've looked at those documents only cursorily), I may do a follow-up post, though chances are that some sort of a decision--even if just a procedural order--will come down before I even get… [read post]
24 Jul 2019, 7:05 am by Florian Mueller
Below please find the FTC filing as well as the ACT's high-energy and high-value amicus brief:19-07-18 FTC Opposition to ... by Florian Mueller on Scribd19-07-19 ACT the App Associ... by Florian Mueller on ScribdFollow @FOSSpatents Share with other professionals via LinkedIn: Share| [read post]
3 Mar 2018, 9:54 am by Florian Mueller
In its reply brief, Samsung stresses that it never argued that the California case would be dispositive of the entire Chinese actions--it's just about FRAND compliance and its implications for the entitlement to injunctive relief, and Samsung isn't against the U.S. court determining access to injunctive relief (this post continues below the document): 18-02-28 Samsung Reply Brief by Florian Mueller on ScribdWith respect to the legal standard, the most fundamental… [read post]
3 Dec 2019, 12:33 pm by Florian Mueller
I will now, finally, comment on the remaining two amicus briefs supporting the FTC.The Association of Global Automakers (AGA) and the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (AAM) made a joint filing (this post continues below the document):19-11-29 AGA and AAM (Autom... by Florian Mueller on ScribdWhat lends their support of the FTC particular significance is that the AMA's members include Ford and Fiat-Chrysler. [read post]
30 Nov 2019, 10:35 am by Florian Mueller
Koh's ruling are unfounded because, if anything, Qualcomm's monopoly poses a threat to national security (this post continues below the document):19-11-28 R Street Institute... by Florian Mueller on ScribdThe author, Charles Duan, is a well-known amicus brief writer. [read post]
21 Mar 2021, 8:24 am by Florian Mueller
"Finally, the opening and rebuttal opinions by Epic's primary expert on platform economics, David Evans, also place great emphasis on "the competitive effects of Apple's foreclosure of alternative channels of iOS app distribution":376-8 David Evans Opening O... by Florian Mueller376-9 David Evans Rebuttal ... by Florian Mueller Follow @FOSSpatents Share with other professionals via LinkedIn: Share| [read post]
27 Jan 2011, 11:16 am by Jonathan Bailey
The new bill does make some minor changes, such as increasing judicial oversight, but it is largely the same as the earlier bill, but it came about after months of negotiations from the various parties supporting the bill. 3: Oops: No copied Java code or weapons of mass destruction found in Android Finally today, blogger Florian Mueller’s allegations that Google had illegally copied code from Java in making its Android operating system have been refuted by Ed Burnette, which… [read post]
29 Dec 2010, 1:21 pm
"If any of those infringement assertions against Android [are] true, this can spell trouble for makers of Android-based devices, and for Android application developers," wrote FOSS Patent's Florian Mueller. [read post]
21 Aug 2015, 5:05 am by Terry Hart
Google found its own Java libraries “half-ass at best”, needed “another half of an ass”, took Oracle’s APIs — Florian Mueller highlights a humorous bit of evidence in the long running litigation between Oracle and Google. 20th Century Props reopens amid production rebound in L.A. [read post]
5 Jan 2012, 9:00 pm by Stephanie Figueroa
Johnson & Johnson. 2) Foss Patents: Thanks to Apple's flawed litigation strategy, HTC has nothing to fear until March 2013 (in the US) - This post outlines what Florian Mueller considers to be tactical missteps by Apple's litigation team when dealing with Motorola, Samsung, Nokia, and HTC. 3) Patently-O: 2011 Patent Grants: A New Record - This post highlights the banner year the USPTO had in 2011 as more patents were granted in 2011 than any other year in history. [read post]
22 Aug 2012, 7:46 am by Rob Robinson
Samsung: No Adverse Inference - http://bit.ly/Pbz2xW (Jeffrey Gross) Samsung Sought to Beat IPhone With Galaxy Nexus, Apple Says - http://bloom.bg/PAdLk2 (Susan Decker) Apple-Samsung Jury: Verdict Form May Blow Your Minds - http://cnet.co/PzPHOk (Josh Lowensohn) Daily Report: Apple-Samsung Decision Could Have Wide Impact - http://nyti.ms/SJAVTA (NY Times) Samsung Neutralizes Adverse Inference Jury Instruction Concerning Deleted Emails - http://bit.ly/MGT5Hv (Florian… [read post]
1 Jun 2011, 5:51 am by Andres
According to Florian Mueller at FOSS Patents, the reason for this is: “The only way I understand Lodsys’s claim that it needed “to preserve its legal options” is presumably that Lodsys feared Apple might seek declaratory judgment of non-infringement in a different jurisdiction than East Texas, the troll-friendly venue Lodsys chose (as I expected). [read post]
5 Nov 2012, 7:15 pm by Mark Summerfield
Florian Mueller, in a FOSS Patents blog post entitled ‘Apple-Samsung ruling suggests South Korea is a FRAND rogue state’, wrote: A couple of court decisions announced in Seoul, South Korea, this morning indicate that South Korea has decided to become a rogue state in connection with standard-essential patents, essentially telling foreign companies that in order to sell their technology products to the country's 50-million population, they must bow to extortion by Samsung and… [read post]
11 May 2010, 10:12 pm
People who are none too fond of software patents and their impact on the world of open source, as well as those who take a keen interest in the arguments of their opponents, will enjoy FOSS Patents, a clearly presented blog by software developer Florian Mueller, founder of the somewhat less elegant NoSoftwarePatents campaign.The IPKat failed to spot the public consultation taking place regarding the possible protection in the European Union of four geographical indications from… [read post]
5 Jul 2012, 8:21 am by Mark Summerfield
Florian Mueller, in a posting on his FOSS Patents blog, has suggested that the UK ruling ‘will have some relevance … in Australia’.  [read post]