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Adidas Files Three IPR Petitions Challenging Nike Patents

On April 19, 2016, Adidas filed three petitions for inter partes review of Nike patents by the USPTO. The three related patents relate to footwear and methods of manufacturing footwear, particular textile structures. Nike Patent Claim 1 of the Patents US Patent No. 8,266,749 1. A method of manufacturing an article of footwear, the method […]

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Federal Circuit Affirms Dismissal for Lack of Standing of Walker Digital’s Claims Against Klarquist Clients Amazon.com and Zappos.com

On December 30, 2014, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal with prejudice for lack of standing of four patent cases brought by Walker Digital, LLC, against Klarquist clients Amazon.com, Inc. and Zappos.com, Inc., Fish & Richardson client Expedia, Inc., and Potter Anderson client Barnes & Noble, Inc. Delaware District Court Judge Sue […]

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Klarquist Launches 2015 1L Diversity Fellowship Program

In an effort to encourage diversity within Klarquist, we are pleased to offer a fellowship to first-year law students of diverse backgrounds. The student selected for this fellowship will receive a paid position as a summer associate during the summer following the completion of his/her first year of law school.   Click here for additional […]

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Klarquist Defeats All Patent Claims Asserted Against Client Microsoft

On September 29, 2014, in reexamination proceedings, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) affirmed the cancellation of all patent claims asserted against Klarquist’s client Microsoft in a separate case brought by NetView Technologies, Inc. NetView had accused Microsoft’s Excel Services of infringing U.S. Patent No. 7,251,776 […]

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Klarquist Wins First Time Dismissal of Trademark Action in Pro Bono Case

Slep-Tone Entertainment sued Canton Phoenix (a Chinese restaurant and bar in Tigard, Oregon) for trademark infringement. Slep-Tone alleged that Canton Phoenix possessed unauthorized copies of karaoke tracks that were originally engineered and produced by Slep-Tone. Slep-Tone alleged that the public performance of these karaoke tracks in karaoke shows (in which Slep-Tone’s trademark was briefly displayed […]

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