Last week the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) entered a final written decision terminating an inter partes review (IPR) proceeding that had challenged a patent owned by technology licensing company Kamatani Cloud.
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Licensing company Advanced Video Technologies LLC has urged the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Federal Circuit precedent that permits a co-owner of a patent to block another co-owner's infringement claims by refusing to join the suit, saying the rule creates a conflict in the rights of patent co-owners.
Last month, the U.S. Patent Office issued patent number 10,000,000. This historic occasion calls for rethinking our patent system and the future of American innovation.
Advanced Video Technologies LLC (AVT), a subsidiary of General Patent Corporation (GPC), announced today that it filed a petition for a writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court of the United States, asking the Court to review a Federal Circuit Court of Appeals decision with far-reaching implications for intellectual property rights in the United States.
Alexander Poltorak, General Patent Corporation’s founder and CEO, was quoted in this article that covered the conclusion of Apple and Samsung’s four-year legal battle. Commenting on Apple's inability to receive injunctive relief after receiving a verdict of infringement, Dr.
GPC CEO Alexander Poltorak was quoted in an article on Law.com in his capacity as President of American Innovators for Patent Reform (AIPR). ("IP Groups Express Unease Over Patent Reform Bill" Law.com − December 4, 2013 − free registration required)
Wall Street Journal - "General Patent Corporation Chairman and CEO Alexander Poltorak Joins Spherix Board"
The Wall Street Journal carried the news that Alexander Poltorak, GPC's Chairman and CEO, has joined Spherix Incorporated as a member of its Board of Directors. ("General Patent Corporation Chairman and CEO Alexander Poltorak Joins Spherix Board" Wall Street Journal - October 29, 2013)
Blogger Matt Gorniak offered several reasons why it makes sense for businesses to file for patent protection as soon as possible. In comparing the relatively low cost of filing a patent application with the astronomical median cost of defending yourself in a patent lawsuit, Gorniak quotes GPC's Alexander Poltorak. ("Matt Gorniak: File as Soon as Possible" Wall Street Journal Blogs - October 18, 2013)
Alexander Poltorak, GPC's Chairman and CEO, attended a forum on nonpracticing entity litigation organized by the New York Intellectual Property Law Association and was one of the few attendees to question whether patent trolls are the villains they are made out to be. ("Lawyers' Voices Needed In Anti-Troll Debate, Judge Says" Law360.com - October 10, 2013)