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MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:January 1987
pp. 73-75
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:November 1986
pp. 74-79
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:September 1986
pp. 61-78
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:July 1986
pp. 59-75
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:May 1986
pp. 79-83
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:March 1986
pp. 64-65
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:January 1986
pp. 72-76
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:November 1985
pp. 86-88
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:September 1985
pp. 86-87
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:March 1985
pp. 88-91
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:January 1985
pp. 74-75
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:November 1984
pp. 84-85
No summary available.
 
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:September 1984
pp. 66-67
No summary available.
 
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:May 1984
pp. 70-71
No summary available.
 
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:March 1984
pp. 69-70
No summary available.
 
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:January 1984
pp. 80-81
No summary available.
 
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:April 1982
pp. 85-87
No summary available.
 
Napster: A Walking Copyright Infringement?
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:November 2000
pp. 4-5, 95
No summary available.
 
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:November 1987
pp. 86-87
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:September 1987
pp. 85-89
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:July 1987
pp. 81-84
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:May 1987
pp. 81-89
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:March 1987
pp. 81-92
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:July 1985
pp. 90-92
No summary available.
   
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:May 1985
pp. 73-78
No summary available.
   
Software and Copyright Law: Court Judgments Remain Unpredictable
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:July 1982
pp. 92-93
No summary available.
 
IEEE-USA Tells Congress that Patent Reform Is Essential to Economic Recovery
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:March 2009
pp. 64-65
The IEEE-USA tells congress that patent reform is essential to economic recovery.
 
Micro News
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:November 2008
pp. 64
Three recent legal rulings and their possible effects on high-tech business: The ruling on In re Bilski may limit the availability of patents on business methods and call into question the validity of the many business-method patents that the PTO has issue...
 
An Update on
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:November 2008
pp. 57-54
The Supreme Court has heard and decided an appeal of a patent licensing case for the first time in many years. In Quanta Computer, Inc. v. LG Electronics, Inc., it reversed the judgment of the Federal Circuit, but it did so in a decision based on narrow gr...
 
What Kinds of Computer-Software-Related Advances (if Any) Are Eligible for Patents? Part II: The
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:September 2008
pp. 64-70
In the previous issue, Stern traced the history of two
 
What Kinds of Computer-Software-Related Advances (if Any) Are Eligible for Patents? Part I
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:July 2008
pp. 96, 91-95
To what kinds of thing should the patent system apply is a question that has troubled the US courts since the middle of the 19th century. The grandiose dreams or delusions of Samuel Morse brought the question to the Supreme Court in 1850, when the validity...
 
AAI Asks FTC to Investigate RAND Issues Concerning Digital TV Standard
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:May 2008
pp. 72, 70-71
The American Antitrust Institute has asked the Federal Trade Commission to begin an investigation of Rembrandt Inc., an owner of patents relating to the digital television broadcasting standard that the Federal Communications Commission has mandated for us...
 
FTC Sues N-Data for Violating Standards Commitment to IEEE
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:March 2008
pp. 66-69
The Federal Trade Commission announced that it simultaneously filed suit against N-Data and settled the case by entering into a consent order with N-Data. The FTC charged N-Data with violating section 5 of the FTC Act by violating a commitment to the IEEE ...
 
Supreme Court to Hear Semiconductor Chip Patent
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:November 2007
pp. 11-13
The Supreme Court has decided, for the first time in many years, to hear arguments in a patent licensing case. The dispute involves whether the
 
Federal Appeals Court Sees Potential Antitrust Violation in Standardization Skullduggery
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:September 2007
pp. 109-110
The US court of appeals in Philadelphia recently ruled that intentional deception of a private standard-setting organization, when used to acquire or maintain monopoly power, can be an illegal monopolistic practice. The ruling reversed a trial court decisi...
 
Register Transfer Level Concurrent Error Detection in Elliptic Curve Crypto Implementations
Found in: Fault Diagnosis and Tolerance in Cryptography, Workshop on
By Richard Stern, Nikhil Joshi, Kaijie Wu, Ramesh Karri
Issue Date:September 2007
pp. 112-119
In this paper we present an Register Transfer Level (RTL) Concurrent Error Detection (CED) technique targeting hardware implementations of Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC). The proposed mixed hardware and time-redundancy based CED techniques use the mathe...
 
Antitrust Division Gives IEEE Standard Setters the Okay to Ask Patentees How RAND They Are
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:May 2007
pp. 106-109
The policy of the IEEE has long been to avoid embodying patented technology in IEEE standards unless the technology would be made available to users of the standard on reasonable and non-discriminatory (RAND) royalty terms and conditions. But a recurrent p...
 
Coming down the home stretch in the Rambus standardization skullduggery saga: To levy or not to levy royalties
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:March 2007
pp. 80-82
The tale of Rambus' standardization skullduggery in developing JEDEC's SDRAM standard has unfolded in many Micro Law columns since the first report in the May/June 2001 issue. In February 2007, the FTC issued its final order on remedy for Rambus' unlawful ...
 
West Coast Federal Appeals Court Upholds Chip Protection Act Violation Finding
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:January 2007
pp. 124-126
IEEE Micro's law columnist analyzes the recent decision by the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit to uphold a ruling that Clear Logic infringed Altera Corp.'s rights under the Semiconductor Chip Protection Act of 1984. One dispute at issue between t...
 
New Jersey federal court holds Qualcomm's unFRANDly acts no antitrust violation
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:September 2006
pp. 9, 84-85
A New Jersey federal district court recently threw out Broadcom's suit against Qualcomm, in which Broadcom charged that Qualcomm's reneging on promises to make its technology available to standard adopters on
 
Court Dismisses
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:May 2006
pp. 88-90
Greg Aharonian, an IEEE intellectual property activist, describes himself as a
 
Transnational electronic systems and patent infringement
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:November 2005
pp. 85-88
The author discusses transnational electronic systems and patent infringement.
 
Are Your Images Being Rip Ped Off?
Found in: IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications
By Richard Stern, Margaret Neal
Issue Date:March 1986
pp. 45-47
No summary available.
 
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:November 1983
pp. 59-63
No summary available.
 
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:March 1983
pp. 58-59
No summary available.
 
Can Software Be Tied to Hardware? Part II
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:March 1983
pp. 17-25
Requiring operating system software to be used only with the software proprietor's CPU has been held not to violate the federal antitrust laws.
 
Can Software Be Tied to Hardware? Part I
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:January 1983
pp. 23-33
Requiring operating system software to be used only with the software proprietor's CPU has been held not to violate the federal antitrust laws.
 
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:January 1983
pp. 67-68
No summary available.
 
Can We Stop Software Theft?
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern, Jeffrey Squires
Issue Date:January 1982
pp. 12-25
No summary available.
 
MicroLaw
Found in: IEEE Micro
By Richard Stern
Issue Date:September 1983
pp. 49-54
No summary available.
 
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