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Federal Jurisdiction over Patent Malpractice Cases – Supreme Court Shows Interest in Gunn v. Minton

By Dennis Crouch Gunn v. Minton, (on petition for Writ of Certiorari at the U.S. Supreme Court) Vernon Minton developed a set of software that he leased to the Texas Int'l Stock Exchange (TISE) more than one year before filing...
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Supreme Court Looks More Closely at Reviewing Therasense

Industries / Law : Patent Law Blog (Patently-O) (2 years ago)

By Dennis Crouch Sony Computer v. 1st Media LLC, Docket No 12-1086 (on petition for writ of certiorari 2013) In a recent order, the Supreme Court has asked the Solicitor General to file a brief in this expressing the views... Read Post

Supreme Court Denies Appeal on Constitutionality of First-to-File Patent System

Industries / Law : Patent Law Blog (Patently-O) (last week)

by Dennis Crouch The Supreme Court has denied MadStad Engineering’s petition for writ of certiorari in its case arguing that the first-to-file patent system is unconstitutional because the new law awards rights for the filing of a p... Read Post

Supreme Court Questions Whether Patent Law Malpractice Claims “Arise Under” the US Patent Laws (And Thus Are Amenable to Federal Jurisdiction).

Industries / Law : Patent Law Blog (Patently-O) (2 years ago)

By Dennis Crouch Gunn v. Minton (Supreme Court 2012) Over the past few years we have seen an ongoing subject matter jurisdictional battle between state courts, regional federal circuit courts of appeal, and the Court of Appeals for ... Read Post

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