|August 17, 2014|
|20:39 EDT||RMBS, VRNG, TSRA, IDCC, ACTG||Patent overhaul efforts seem to have stalled before November election, WSJ says |
Legal experts say that it is unlikely that a full Congress will revisit the issue of patent reform before the election in November, says the Wall Street Journal. Large technology companies like Google (GOOG) and Microsoft (MSFT) are pushing Congress to reform patent laws to curb litigation from patent-holding firms, added the Wall Street Journal. Publicly traded companies in the space include Acacia Research (ACTG), Tessera (TSRA), Rambus (RMBS) InterDigital (IDCC) and Vringo (VRNG). Reference Link
News For ACTG;TSRA;RMBS;IDCC;VRNG From The Last 14 Days
|March 26, 2015|
|10:18 EDT||IDCC||High option volume stocks|
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|06:00 EDT||ACTG||Acacia Research enters into settlement, patent license agreement with Leica|
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|March 23, 2015|
|16:35 EDT||RMBS||Rambus licenses patents and technology solutions to IBM, terms undisclosed|
Rambus (RMBS) announced it has signed both patent and technology license agreements with IBM (IBM). The patent license agreement authorizes IBM to integrate Rambus memory controller and serial link interface technologies. The technology license agreement will have Rambus develop and deliver high-performance memory interface design IP to enhance IBM systems and semiconductor offerings. Specific terms of the agreements are confidential.
|09:07 EDT||VRNG||Vringo announces favorable ruling in Brazil|
Vringo announced it has received a favorable ruling in Brazil. On Thursday, March 19, the Court denied ZTE's fifth attempt to lift an injunction that has been in place since April 15. The Court rejected ZTE's renewed offer to post a bond in exchange for the lifting of the injunction, holding that such an offer was previously rejected on appeal and stating that ZTE was improperly attempting to revisit the merits of an injunction that had already been confirmed on appeal. Through the Court's injunction ZTE is prohibited from manufacturing, using, offering for sale, selling, installing, testing, or importing any 3G, 4G, and LTE infrastructure equipment in Brazil. The Federal and State Courts of Rio De Janeiro have already denied ZTE's appeal of this injunction.
|March 20, 2015|
|09:02 EDT||ACTG||Acacia Research management to meet with JPMorgan|
Meeting to be held in Salt Lake City on March 24 hosted by JPMorgan.
|March 17, 2015|
|14:46 EDT||VRNG||Vringo subidiary settles patent lawsuit with D-Link Systems|
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|06:03 EDT||ACTG||Acacia Research subsidiary resolves litigation with Garmin International|
Acacia Research announced that its American Vehicular Sciences subsidiary has entered into a settlement and patent license agreement with Garmin International and Garmin USA. The agreement resolves litigation that was pending in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.
|March 16, 2015|
|08:59 EDT||ACTG||Acacia Research resolves dispute with Schlumberger|
Parallel Separation Innovations, a subsidiary of Acacia Research Corporation, and Schlumberger have resolved the dispute between the parties currently pending in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Civil Action No. 2:14-cv-00549-JRG.