WCAB Judge Roster, October 5, 2010
As first reported by PatentsPostGrant.com
in November 2009 , the patent reexaminations of NTP vs. RIM infamy were
soundly shot down by the BPAI. 
In November of 2009, the BPAI began issuing a series of decisions affirming the
rejections of the five NTP patents.
5,436,960 BPAI reexamination...
lead to different results in patent reexamination and district court litigation
During district court patent infringement litigation between
Baxter and Fresenius, Fresenius requested reexamination of Baxter's patents
relating to hemodialysis machines with touch screen interfaces...
Theodore D. Pendergrass, was a paraplegic. His wife, Joan Pendergrass held his
power of attorney. After the decedent's death, Mrs. Pendergrass applied for and
received letters testamentary pursuant to a will dated March 25, 2009 and
codicil thereto dated October 17, 2009. The probated...
The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently granted a petition for a panel rehearing by the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) and withdrew a component of a published decision that would have prohibited the ITC's practice of circumscribing the scope of Federal Circuit...
Reversing a decision of a state appellate court that had vacated the judgment of the circuit court as having been entered without subject matter jurisdiction because the claimant’s action for judicial review had been filed more than 20 days after the claimant's attorney received the Commission's...
"[F]undamental fairness ... requires a trial court to make a non-citizen defendant aware of the risk of deportation because deportation frequently results from a non-citizen's guilty plea and constitutes a uniquely devastating deprivation of liberty." - People v. Peque, Nov. 19, 2013 ....