Last Friday, the Supreme Court granted two patent cases, Limelight Networks v. Akamai Technologies and Nautilus v. Biosig Instruments. That makes six patent cases for this term, and Matt helpfully summarized all of them yesterday. The prevalence of patent-related issues on SCOTUS’s docket demonstrates how much Congress needs to #fixpatents.
On Wednesday, Matt covered the recent announcement that notorious bottom feeder troll MPHJ has been sued by the New York Attorney General — and that they have sued the FTC. (I know, right?) He also wrote a post about how despite Intellectual Ventures’ new attempts at transparency, they still have a trolling business model, and they still are exploiting the patent system.
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