Judge Albright granted the defendant’s motion to dismiss the plaintiff’s infringement claims with prejudice.
Another example of Twiqbal in the context of indirect infringement claims.
My mother (center, bottom) spent most of the ’50s running cheerleading camps with somebody named “Herkie”. Apparently people still do that, and this generates lawsuits.
It is possible to plead yourself out of a patent infringement claim at the very beginning.
Sometimes courts view the outcome of Twombly/Iqbal analysis differently, as occurred here, but the outcome may still be the same.
When are pleadings safe from a Rule 12(b)(6) motion?
This is another “they left my company and took our stuff with them” case, but with a twist.
Reading while in a moving car gives me a sick feeling. Reading between the lines of this order does the same thing.
Defendants argued that the Plaintiff’s patent claims are invalid under 35 U.S.C. § 101 and that it failed to state a claim regarding its non-patent claims.