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Eolas' 'Interactive Web' patents invalid, appeals court affirms

The patents were used to extract hundreds of millions from tech companies online video streaming and search results suggestions.

By July 22, 2013


Jury strikes down Eolas' 'Interactive Web' patent

Patent-holding company claimed a host of Web giants owed it hundreds of millions in royalties for their use of online video streaming, search suggestions, and other "interactive" elements on pages.

By February 9, 2012


Landmark lawsuits under way over who owns the Interactive Web

Michael Doyle and his company Eolas claim several prominent Web companies, including YouTube and Amazon, violate a patent it holds that dates back to 1994.

By February 9, 2012


Eolas sues corporate giants over Web technology

In a bigger sequel to its years-long patent infringement case against Microsoft, Eolas has sued Apple, Google, Amazon, Yahoo, Frito-Lay, Playboy, and many others.

By October 6, 2009


Microsoft, Eolas settle patent dispute

A years-long legal battle over Web browser technology is over, but neither Microsoft or Eolas is talking about details.

By August 30, 2007


Patent Office board to revisit Microsoft-Eolas spat

Panel of internal judges has agreed to launch a proceeding to determine whether Microsoft or Eolas is the rightful owner of a patent related to Web browser plug-in technology.

By June 1, 2007


Microsoft loses in Eolas patent ruling

U.S. Patent Office reaffirms key Web-browsing patent held by University of California and Eolas Technologies.

By September 29, 2005


Microsoft seeks rehearing in Eolas case

Redmond seeks ruling on the "golden master" issue. Results could have a dramatic effect on how software is distributed worldwide.

By March 22, 2005


Appeals court revisits Eolas decision

update Microsoft claims victory in high-profile Web browser patent dispute; $565 million verdict may fall.

By March 2, 2005