Kodak's bounceback looks bleak after a key patent was dismissed by the U.S. ITC, throwing a spanner in the works for the doomed former photo giant.
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U.S. judge rules phonemakers did not violate Kodak rights because patent in contention was invalid, but film company will appeal findings in final determination, report says.
Eastman Kodak has sued Apple and HTC for allegedly infringing on several of its image transmission patents.Kodak said on Tuesday that it had filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) over the matter, and launched a full lawsuit in the US District Court for the Western District of New York.
Eastman Kodak is prepping for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing that could put an interesting twist in the patent wars.
Could re-examining unused patents change the lawsuit landscape?The recent flurry of patent lawsuits between Oracle, Google, Lodys, Apple, Samsung, Microsoft, Barnes & Noble, Nokia, RIM, Kodak and just about every technology company you can think of, between themselves and from a host of patent-holding companies shows no sign of dying down.
In yet another round of legal battles between Kodak and Apple, Kodak has found favor again with the U.S. International Trade Commission.
An ITC administrative law judge has ruled that Kodak did not infringe on patents asserted by Apple in its ongoing complaint
Kodak has lost an initial ruling in its lawsuit over Apple and Research In Motion's use of image preview technology in digital cameras
Kodak lost a preliminary ruling in an International Trade Commission patent suit against Apple and Research in Motion.
The US International Trade Commission will investigate claims made by Motorola against RIM, by Kodak against RIM and Apple, and by Apple against Nokia
The handset maker has joined Kodak in requesting a ban on BlackBerry imports into the US, due to alleged patent infringements
Motorola has lodged a complaint with the International Trade Commission (ITC) and requested that it ban Canadian firm Research in Motion (RIM) from importing Blackberry handsets into the US.
The camera manufacturer wants the US International Trade Commission to halt imports of iPhones and camera-enabled BlackBerrys into the US
Updated: Eastman Kodak said Thursday that it has filed lawsuits against both Apple and Research in Motion over digital imaging patents.Kodak launched its lawsuits on two fronts.
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