Tag Archive for injunctions

Voting Machines, Patents, and National Security

When standard-essential patents (SEPs) are in the news, it’s usually in the context of cellular or wireless networking standards.  Maybe you’ve thought about how standards govern other things, ranging from audio-visual encoding standards like MP3 to threads on fire hydrants. But what you probably don’t think about are voting machine standards.

Much Ado About Injunctions

It’s become an article of faith among those complaining that patent reform has gone too far that the 2006 eBay case must be overturned—so much so that Sen. Coons has included it in both editions of his STRONGER Patents Act (one of a multitude of reasons that bill is bad policy.) But, as with so…

Patent Links and Articles To Read By The Fire

While it might not be as cold this New Year’s as it was last year, that doesn’t mean you can’t settle in to read by the fire.  And what better to read about than patents? Here’s what I’ll be taking a look at over New Year’s. Time and the Patent Office First, Professors Michael Frakes…