Angela Morris 18 November 2022 IAM and Docket Navigator’s joint US litigation report for 2022’s third quarter shows litigation trends in technology areas that comprise the bulk of patent litigation. We report on major damages awards that patent holders won this quarter and highlight impactful developments in US International Trade Commission cases. For example, the largest jury verdict awarded in the third quarter went to United Services Automobile Association (USAA) in litigation against PNC Bank. USAA won $218.5 million in its assertion campaign of mobile cheque depositing patents. In the ITC, a significant competitor battle ended in [...]
2021 was not a year of dramatic change in patent litigation activity. Decisions before the Supreme Court of the United States did not shake the status quo, at least as far as measura...
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2020 Year In Review Over the past year, we’ve added new analytical tools that help make our data more user friendly and interactive. To that end, we’ve built two versions of this report; an online interactive version called the Omnibus Report, and this clickable PDF. Click on buttons and charts throughout this report to open the interactive version and add or modify parameters for your own customized results. The Omnibus Report is updated in real time so you can stay current throughout the year. Download Report Explore Online Version Inside This Report Despite [...]
Analysis of Patent Litigation in the Western District of Texas A look at how Judge Albright is changing the patent litigation landscape. Download Report Inside This Report Since Judge Alan D. Albright was confirmed to the Western District of Texas in 2018, the number of patent infringement complaints filed in the court has surged, putting an end to Delaware's stint as the nation’s most popular patent litigation forum. Judge Albright has indicated that he intends to greatly expand the court’s patent litigation activity. Explanations for the increase in activity in some ways resemble the [...]