10/05/2015

David McCombs and David O'Dell in Law360: Zond Takes Another Hit As PTAB Invalidates 2 Plasma Patents

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Zond LLC has continued its string of America Invents Act review losses, with the Patent Trial and Appeal Board this week invalidating a patent related to a plasma generator as well as a patent related...

09/18/2015

Haynes and Boone in IAM: Go-To Firms for Getting Your IPR Petition Instituted

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Haynes and Boone and Wilmer, Cutler, Pickering, Hale & Dorr are the leading law firms when it comes to the institution of inter partes reviews (IPRs) at the USPTO, according to new analysis from Un...

03/06/2015

Firms Claim Bragging Rights in New Field of Patent Litigation

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If there really is a death squad for patents, it may not be found at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.

06/05/2013

The IP Beacon, June 2013

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The IP Beacon is a Haynes and Boone Newsletter highlighting current issues in Intellectual Property Law.

01/30/2012

David O'Dell in Law360: USPTO Wipes Out Key Rambus DRAM Patent

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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday invalidated another Rambus Inc. patent that has been at the center of the technology licensing firm’s victories at the U.S. International Trade Commissi...

01/12/2012

Third-Party Challenges to an Issued Patent Before the USPTO: The America Invents Act

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The America Invents Act was signed into law on September 16, 2011 and created several new post-issuance “review” procedures by which a third party can challenge the validity of a patent in an adjudica...

11/25/2009

Law360: Haynes and Boone Successfully Represents Nvidia in Patent Challenge

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Law360 notes that an examiner at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has rejected all 17 claims in three Rambus Inc. patents that the company asserted against Nvidia Corp. in the U.S. International T...

11/12/2007

Room to Grow: Firm Shares Space With Tech Startups and Gains New Clients

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Sudipta Sen and his wife, Chaitali Sengupta, former executives at Texas Instruments, had an idea for new technology that could revolutionize the use of wireless devices. But the couple needed a place ...