2nd Circuit Affirms $33.72M Kodak Award In Asia Optical Patent Dispute

NEW YORK - The Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on May 1 affirmed a ruling by a district court awarding bankrupt Eastman Kodak Co. more than $33.72 million in a patent licensing dispute with Asia Optical (Eastman Kodak Company v. Asia Optical Company Inc., No. 3206, 2nd Cir.).

Patent Claim For More Than $4.12 Million Against K-V Discovery Is Valid, Lab Says

NEW YORK - A pharmaceutical laboratory on May 1 filed a brief opposing bankrupt K-V Discovery Solutions Inc.'s attempt to reclassify certain bankruptcy claims, arguing that it has a valid claim for more than $4.12 million related to a patent that it says a division of K-V Discovery infringed (In...

Massachusetts Federal Judge Dismisses 1 Defendant From Copyright Case

BOSTON - Allegations that several defendants reproduced, displayed, advertised and distributed a plaintiff's copyrighted works after ousting the plaintiff from their organization will largely proceed, a Massachusetts federal judge ruled July 25 (Smith Vil v. Jacky Poteau, et al., No. 11-11622, D...

Guccione Collection: Damages Owed By 'Penthouse' Related To Intellectual Property

WILMINGTON, Del. - The Guccione Collection LLC (TGC) filed an adversary proceeding in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of PMGI Holdings Inc., the parent company for the adult entertainment empire carrying the name "Penthouse," seeking declaratory relief and unspecified damages related to intellectual...

Kodak: Ricoh Patent Claims Should Be Disallowed On The Merits

NEW YORK - Bankrupt Eastman Kodak Co. on Oct. 10 filed a brief in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York contending that the patent claims of Ricoh Co. Ltd. and one of its affiliates should be dismissed on the merits (In Re: Eastman Kodak Company, No. 12-10202, Chapter 11, S...