Archive for 'Hon. Sue L. Robinson'

Written by: Jacob Blumert In a recent order arising from Segway, Inc. et al. v. Inventist, Inc., Judge Robinson denied a motion to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction, while granting a motion to transfer venue.  No. CV 15-808-SLR (D. Del. April 25, 2016).  Specifically, Judge Robinson held that Inventist, Inc., Defendant, was subject to personal [...]


Written By: Christopher H. Blaszkowski & Alyssa M. Pugh Following the Supreme Court decision regarding patent eligibility in Alice Corp. Pty. Ltd. v. CLS Bank Int’l, 573 U.S. __, 134 S.Ct. 2347 (2014), the District of Delaware has found a number of patents invalid as directed to patent ineligible subject matter. The application of Alice [...]


Written By: Rex A. Donnelly, Andrew J. Koopman and Christopher H. Blaszkowski For many years, the District of Delaware has ranked among the top venues in the nation for patent infringement cases, due in no small part to the experience of the judges who hear them and the general ease of establishing jurisdiction. In 2013, [...]


Written By: Andrew Koopman The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit upheld Judge Robinson’s ruling in Cyberfone Sys., LLC v. CNN Interactive Grp., Inc., affirming the grant of summary judgment of invalidity under § 101.


Written By: Christopher H. Blaszkowski In ArcelorMittal France et al. v. AK Steel Corporation et al., 10-cv-050-SLR, (D. Del. October 25, 2013 Judge Robinson invalidated the claims of a reissue patent under 35 U.S.C. § 251 where the reissued claims were broader than the District Court’s affirmed claim construction. 


Written By: Rex A Donnelly In a scheduling conference held on September 11, 2013, involving a series of 16 patent lawsuits filed by a non-practicing entity and relating to delivery of targeted advertisements, Judge Robinson announced that the series of cases would be used as a “guinea pig” for a new process she intended to [...]


Written By: Christopher H. Blaszkowski In Intellectual Ventures I LLL et al. v. Nikon Corporation et al., Civ. No. 11-1025-SLR (D. Del. April 1, 2013), Defendant Sendai Nikon Corporation (“Sendai”) moved for dismissal for lack of personal jurisdiction.  Plaintiffs opposed this motion, arguing that the Court had jurisdiction over Sendai pursuant to, inter alia, a [...]


Written By: Andrew J. Koopman In Senju Pharma. Co. et al. v. Apotex, Inc., Civil Action No. 12-159-SLR, the Plaintiff Senju moved to dismiss Apotex’s counterclaims and affirmative defenses alleging invalidity and unenforceability of the asserted patents.