Fanning the flames of a patent dispute between patent licensing giant Intellectual Ventures and Capital One, a judge ruled that the bank's lawyers can pursue claims that IV abused its patent portfolio to "hold up" the banking sector.
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Yalowitz said the Anti-Terrorism Act case he took to trial against the Palestinian Authority and the PLO "was a very, very tough case to carry." But carry it he did, all the way to a $655.5 million verdict this week.