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Tag Archives | patent trolls
Over the last ten years, more than 10,000 companies have been sued at least once by a Patent Assertion Entity (PAE) — most commonly known as a “patent troll.” During this timespan, more than 33,000 defendants in 14,000 litigations were forced to spend anywhere between $500,000 to $5 million on legal fees alone. And because […]
There’s a reason why he’s never lost a battle.
It’s no secret that Newegg is adamantly against patent trolls and everything they stand for. Not only are we not shy in proclaiming this to the world, we even sell t-shirts that show our disgust for these “companies” that think it’s OK to extort legitimate businesses. You would think that patent trolls would take the […]
It’s often said that a dog’s bark is worse than its bite. Such is the case with patent trolls. Case in point: In mid-March, notorious patent troll Macrosolve voluntarily dismissed all claims against Newegg. This action follows its 2011 filing of more than 75 lawsuits in the Eastern District of Texas against companies in a […]
A recent Supreme Court decision involving a patent troll’s claim that Newegg infringed on their ownership of a shopping cart logo just got even better. Not only do we not have to pay off the troll, but the court has granted our bill of costs in the full amount requested of $60,507.32. This is a […]
On January 13, 2014, the Supreme Court refused to hear a case brought against Newegg by a Patent Troll that involved a “shopping cart patent.” This decision left in place a ruling from last year involving the same patent and Troll (Soverain Software) to stand in the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC). […]