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ITC Judge Clears Sonos In Google Speaker Patent Case
A U.S. International Trade Commission judge decided Friday that Google failed to prove that rival Sonos violated trade law by importing audio players that infringe [...]
USPS Gets Ex-Contractor's $500M Trade Secrets Suit Trimmed
A Utah federal judge Thursday shaved off claims in a $500 million lawsuit brought by a third-party reseller accusing the U.S. Postal Service of misappropriating [...]
Rapper T.I., Tiny Harris Granted 3rd Doll IP Trial Against MGA
Rapper T.I. and his wife were granted a third trial in their $100 million intellectual property suit over a line of MGA Entertainment dolls when [...]
Apple Faces Camera Patent Suit As IPhone 15 Preorders Start
Apple Inc. is willfully infringing a patent for an ultrawide lens with its upcoming iPhone 15, claims a lawsuit filed in Delaware federal court on [...]
Cal, MIT Top List Of Schools Getting The Most Patents
Professors and researchers working in the University of California system were granted far more U.S. patents last year than any other school in the country, [...]
Amazon Again Can't Escape Patent Suit Over Alexa Inc. can't escape a research university's lawsuit claiming that Alexa infringes its patent, a New York federal judge ruled Friday in an order that [...]
Software Engineer Wants $194K Bored Ape Penalty Put On Ice
A software engineer who owes Yuga Labs Inc. nearly $194,000 over claims that he infringed the company's Bored Ape Yacht Club non-fungible tokens urged a [...]
E-Discovery Co., Attys Sanctioned $525K For Bogus Suits
Iron Oak LLC, a New York-based litigation management company, and two of its attorneys must pay over a half-million dollars in sanctions after a Texas [...]
Fed. Circ. Revives Columbia Sportswear's Design Patent Case
The Federal Circuit on Friday established for the first time what kinds of prior art can be reviewed by courts and juries in design patent [...]
Justices Urged To Revive Suit Targeting PTAB's Fintiv Rule
The Federal Circuit wrongly shut down a challenge to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board's policy of refusing to review patents based on related infringement [...]
Amazon's Dismissal Bid Spurned In Texas Robotics IP Suit
A Texas federal magistrate judge has endorsed a Michigan company's venue choice in a suit claiming Amazon ripped off patented augmented reality technology to apply [...]
The NIL Legislation Race: CAEFA And Ted Cruz's Draft Bill
Christina Stylianou and Gregg Clifton at Lewis Brisbois compare legislation pertaining to the name, image and likeness rights of college student-athletes, including the College Athlete [...]
Other Barks & Bites for Friday, September 15: CAFC Issues Precedential Ruling in Design Patent Case; Tech Titans Testify Before Congress on AI; FTC Publishes Policy Statement on ‘Improper Patent Listings’
This week in Other Barks & Bites: the CAFC issues a precedential ruling in a design patent win for Columbia Sportswear; the country’s biggest tech [...]
Developers Are Testing Defenses In Generative AI Litigation
In the rapidly growing field of generative artificial intelligence law in the U.S., there are a few possible defenses that have already been effectively asserted [...]
NC Software Co. Says Rival Won't Fix Falsities In Dutch Court
Software developer Dmarcian Inc. is calling for sanctions in an ongoing copyright battle, saying its former Dutch partner has refused to correct the record in [...]
Attys Slam 'Nonsensical' Sanctions Bid In 'Blade Runner' Row
Attorney-turned-art collector Daniel I. Herman and his co-counsel and spouse, Louise A. Geer, are urging a Pennsylvania federal judge not to impose sanctions on them [...]
Lionbridge Insurer Not Stuck With Entire $13M Litigation Tab
An insurer for Lionbridge Technologies won't be stuck with the entire $13 million bill for defending its insured and another co-defendant jointly represented in an [...]
Nickelback Shouldn't Win Fees In Copyright Fight, Judge Says
A Texas federal magistrate judge recommended Thursday that a bid by Canadian rockers Nickelback seeking $592,000 in attorney fees be denied, holding that while the [...]
Ga. Beer Maker Can't Dodge Logo Artist's $31M Copyright Suit
SweetWater Brewing Co. can't shake a $31 million copyright infringement suit by the creator of its trout logos, a Georgia federal judge ruled Friday, saying [...]
ROSS Can't Prove Westlaw Users Mix Software, Reuters Says
In a suit alleging ROSS Intelligence improperly used its Westlaw platform to create a new product, Thomson Reuters argued ROSS' antitrust counterclaims fail because there [...]
Address The Data Monopoly, Otherwise Tech Giants Control AI
It is likely that we will experience a severe monopoly on artificial intelligence systems and patents by the largest players in the tech industry, so [...]
Spencer Fane Launches New Sports Law Practice
Spencer Fane LLP has launched a sports law practice, with a team of three of its current attorneys, who will focus on name, image and [...]
UK Litigation Roundup: Here's What You Missed In London
The past week in London has seen a Kazakh paper recycling company turn a new page in an investment agreement spat against its CEO and [...]
The Briefing Podcast: Shedding Light on Willful Blindness in the Online Marketplace
In a recent legal development that has captured the attention of the intellectual property world, a three-judge appellate panel has explored the intricacies of the [...]
How to Get an International Trade Mark?

13th February 2019 Trade Marks | JAX FLORO

Even if you have registered a trade mark in your...

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3 Important Trade Mark Considerations

31st January 2019 Trade Marks | SAM GILBERT

Descriptiveness Though it might be tempting to opt for a...

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Funny Trade Mark Quotes

24th January 2019 IP Humour | LARA ALEXANDRA

The Beginning of a Trade Mark If you’ve had any...

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The Basics of Copyright Law in Australia

16th January 2019 Copyright | SAM GILBERT

What is copyright? Copyright is a form of intellectual property...

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What Do Trade Mark Attorneys Do?

11th January 2019 Trade Marks | JACLYN-MAE FLORO

Registering a trade mark can feel somewhat expensive for an...

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ATMOSS – IP Australia – Australian Trade Mark Search

14th December 2018 Trade Marks | SAM GILBERT

What is the Australian Trade Mark Search? The Australian Trade...

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I Want to Be a YouTuber! What IP Legals Should I Know?

12th December 2018 Social Media and Marketing | LARA ALEXANDRA

The YouTuber The evolution of the video-sharing platform, YouTube, has...

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Drone Regulations in Australia

6th December 2018 Drone Law | SAM GILBERT

Drone Regulations in Australia  The primary body that regulates drone...

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6 Important Steps in Trade Marking a Brand Name

5th December 2018 Trade Marks | JACLYN-MAE FLORO

It is essential for every business to trade mark their...

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Mars Touchdown – WISH YOU WERE HERE!

30th November 2018 Space | LARA ALEXANDRA

First Mission to Mars in 6 Years It was an...

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How Do I Create a Successful Start Up?

29th November 2018 Startups | LARA ALEXANDRA

Starting Off Right   Like most processes – beginning a...

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How to Register Your Brand on Amazon Brand Registry

26th November 2018 E-Commerce | SAM GILBERT

What is Amazon Brand Registry? Amazon Brand Registry is a...

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