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Personal Audio No Longer Trolling Adam Carolla

Posted in Intellectual Property Litigation, Technology News & Events

Adam Carolla has reportedly settled the lawsuit that was filed against him by Personal Audio LLC.[1]  The Agreed Motion to Dismiss Claims is available for review, but the specific terms of the settlement have not been disclosed—the parties have agreed to not make any public statements concerning the litigation until September 30th.[2]  Nonetheless, there are… Continue Reading

The Cost of Defending Against Patent Trolls

Posted in Intellectual Property Litigation, Technology News & Events

It should come as no surprise that defending against Non-Producing Entities—most of which are Patent Trolls[1]—is expensive, especially for small businesses and corporations. In support of his ongoing legal battle with the patent troll Personal Audio, LLC, Adam Carolla has currently raised over $445,000 dollars towards litigation through the crowdfunding website FundAnything.com.[2] Yet, unless Personal… Continue Reading

The Adam Carolla Show v. Patent Trolls

Posted in E-Commerce (Internet Agreements and Issues), Intellectual Property Litigation, Technology News & Events, Technology Transactions

The Adam Carolla Show was sued last year in the Eastern District of Texas by a company claiming that Carolla’s podcasts violate their patent.  Rather than bend over and settle out of court with the claimant, Adam Carolla has taken a stance against the so-called patent troll. Earlier this year, Julie Samuels made an appearance… Continue Reading

Adam Carolla Refusing to Feed the Trolls

Posted in Intellectual Property Litigation, Technology News & Events, Uncategorized, Venture Capital, Private Equity and Other Financings

The WinTech blog previously covered a patent infringement lawsuit filed against the “Adam Carolla Show” from ACE Broadcasting Network, LLC.[1]  The plaintiff, Personal Audio, LLC, alleges that the “Adam Carolla Show” is infringing on their patent for a “[s]ystem for disseminating media content representing episodes in a serialized sequence.”[2]  The patent could also be interpreted… Continue Reading