Articles by Liliana Burnett
Liliana Burnett is a full time 2L at American University Washington College of Law. She graduated from Santa Clara University in northern California in 2011, where she majored in History. She is very interested in IP law, international finance law, and maritime law.
Last Friday, a U.S. International Trade Commission judge ruled that Microsoft was not violating Google’s Motorola Mobility patents in its Xbox.
Microsoft executives have joined with Oracle in the fight against patent suits.
Apple facing yet another setback in their “App Store” lawsuit against Amazon. U.S. District court throws out Apple’s false advertising claim.
Add one more lawsuit to the ongoing mobile phone patent litigation. Ericsson has filed a new suit in U.S. District Court against Samsung for patent violations.
Apple has lost yet another patent lawsuit. On November 7, a federal jury ordered Apple to pay $368.2 million in damages to VirnetX for patent infringement in its FaceTime technology.
FTC’s antitrust investigation into Google has expanded to target Google’s smartphone technology patents and the conduct of its subsidiary, Motorola Mobility.