jurisdictional issues

jurisdictional issues

Apple refers to Judge Robart's rate-setting opinion in two Federal Circuit FRAND appeals

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It's easily overlooked that Apple actually has two FRAND cases involving Google's Motorola Mobility on appeal before the Federal Circuit:The big one everyone in this field knows is the "Posner appeal", in which Google is fighting for access to injunctive relief and for high FRAND royalty levels.The other one relates...
Apple refers to Judge Robart's rate-setting opinion in two Federal Circuit FRAND appeals

Why Isn't ICANN Speaking Out Against ICE/DOJ Domain Seizures?

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Following the feds seizing bodog.com, Mark Jeftovic from EasyDNS wrote a really interesting post pointing out just how insane these domain seizures are. He focused on the fact that Bodog was run outside of the US, hosted outside the US, and the domain registrar was even outside the US. Thus,...
Why Isn't ICANN Speaking Out Against ICE/DOJ Domain Seizures?

DOJ Responds To Megaupload's Accusations Of Misleading The Court... By Misleading The Court

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We've discussed a few times now how Megaupload is arguing that key elements in the warrant used to criminally charge the company and its principles were misleading to the court. In particular, Megaupload has pointed out that part of the "evidence" for criminal conspiracy was that Megaupload knew about infringing...
DOJ Responds To Megaupload's Accusations Of Misleading The Court... By Misleading The Court

Federal Circuit denies Google motion to terminate Apple's appeal of Wisconsin rate-setting dismissal

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Google, which has recently suffered far more (and more important) losses than wins in the ongoing smartphone patent disputes, has just failed with its initiative to dismiss Apple's appeal of the dismissal of a FRAND determination action in the Western District of Wisconsin (and Google's related cross-appeal) or, in the...
Federal Circuit denies Google motion to terminate Apple's appeal of Wisconsin rate-setting dismissal
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