1. Claims by Kelora invalidated

    Well, friends, it looks like the Kelora saga is finally over. Special thanks to those who commented and dug up so many great articles on Kelora. Here's the ruling document itself: http://docs.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/california/candce/4:2010cv04947/235910/153/ Some articles found by our readers: www.internetretailer.com/2012/05/22/big-patent-win-e-retailers http://ipwise.wordpress.com/2012/05/21/from-on-sale-to-obvious-kelora-systems-is-twice-bitten-by-a-prior-product/
  2. Judge declares need for expert witness in Kelora case

    Here's a link to the latest court ruling on Kelora. http://docs.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/california/candce/4:2010cv04947/235910/120/0.pdf?ts=1323253793 Basically, it declares the needs for expert witnesses and in doing so rejects Ebay, Microsoft, Cabela's, et all's motion for immediate dismissal. The expert witnesses should complete their testimony no later than January 25th. We'll keep you updated.
  3. (Kelora) Update from the White House on Software Patent Petition

    (This is an update from this story about the demand letters sent by Kelora to most of the US's eCommerce sites) A form letter about some other topic, filled with fluff and nonsense about speeding up the patent process to bring products to market faster and spur innovation, yes, that's what the white house decided to send in response to the thousands of requests from...
  4. Update from Ebay on Kelora

    The hearing which was originally scheduled for November 17th has been pushed back to December 1st. After a hearing the judge usually takes 4-8 weeks to rule; a week after the hearing you will be able to request a transcript. As soon as we get the transcript or any other news we will help distribute the news. This is an...
  5. Kelora and Patent #821 "Guided Parametric Search" - the Story of a Patent Troll

    Update from Wednesday, May 23 2012: The claims by Kelora against Ebay, Microsoft, Adobe, Target, etc have been invalidated. We did an updated post here which is mostly just other site's commentary about the ruling that our readers found. I am not a lawyer, so this isn't legal advise, but if you get a letter about patent infringement from Kelora...

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