Tag: Judge Richard Posner

Microsoft’s Amicus Brief in Support of Apple in Appeal of Posner Ruling – A Change in Tune on Injunctions

Microsoft has now filed an amicus brief in support of Apple in the appeal of Judge Richard Posner’s ruling in which the judge tossed out both Apple and Motorola’s claims with prejudice, saying neither had proven damages and saying injunctive relief when there was no demonstrable harm would be against the public interest. Interestingly, Microsoft […]

Motorola Files Reply Brief in Appeal of Judge Posner’s FRAND Decision in Apple v. Motorola

The beat goes on in the Apple v. Motorola appeal of Judge Richard Posner’s ruling dismissing both parties’ claims with prejudice, saying neither was entitled to damages or an injunction. Both are appealing, but for different reasons. Motorola has now filed its redacted reply brief [PDF] in response to Apple’s response and reply brief [PDF]. […]

Blackberry Tells the Federal Circuit Judge Posner Got It Wrong Re No Injunctions for FRAND Patents in Apple v. Motorola

Blackberry’s amicus brief [PDF] is now made public in the Apple v. Motorola appeal of Judge Richard Posner’s order which seemed to say that if you own FRAND patents, you have no right to seek an injunction under any circumstances. But that is not how folks understood their rights back when they volunteered their patents […]