Filewrapper

Eleventh Circuit: Insufficient evidence of likely confusion dooms 43(a) claim

In a decision last week, the Eleventh Circuit affirmed a district court's decision granting summary judgment of no trademark infringement and no unfair competition. The plaintiff and defendant had entered into a contract for the plaintiff to design a water meter reading system. After the plaintiff allegedly breached the contract, the defendant engaged different companies […]

Continue Reading →

Two patents held obvious, “no question” that motivation to combine references existed

Optivus Technology sued Ion Beam Applications (IBA) for infringing its patents relating to the use of proton beams in cancer therapy, and specifically to proton beam therapy facilities with multiple treatment rooms using the same proton source. In addition to patent infringement, Optivus also claimed violations of California and Florida unfair competition laws and a […]

Continue Reading →

Stay in Touch

Receive the latest news and updates from us and our attorneys.

Sign Up