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December filings continued to be happily slow.  Frequent filers included e.Digital, Hawk Technology, Internet Medial Interactive, Phoenix Licensing, Reflection Code, Rothschild entities, Shipping & Transit, and Symbology.

As usual, I prepared the report in partnership with and using Docket Navigator and its powerful database.  Docket Navigator is a valuable resource, and the place to go

Last year, the patent defense bar was disappointed when the Supreme Court refused to lower the standard for invalidating patents based upon prior art that was not considered by the Patent Office.  According to Professor David Schwartz from Chicago-Kent College of Law and Christopher Seaman from Washington and Lee University School of Law, the apparent

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Indemnification is a key component of most retail patent litigation.  Whether the accused technology is internet-based or focused on a product, there is almost always an indemnitor somewhere in the supply chain.  And indemnification can be a $1M+ responsibility.  For what is often a seven-figure decision, many companies are surprisingly haphazard about indemnification.  Here are