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BREAKING: Intel And OpenSky Get PTAB To Ax Patent In $2.2B Case
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board decided Friday that Intel and a company called OpenSky Industries had shown that a VLSI patent at issue in [...]
UK Litigation Roundup: Here's What You Missed In London
The past week in London has seen global energy company Petrofac face up to a securities claim from investors after employee misconduct plummeted share prices, [...]
Court Says Airline Can Bring New Arguments In Patent Dispute
A London court ruled Friday that Lufthansa can bring new allegations arguing that it lost millions of pounds because a subsidiary of Panasonic and an [...]
A Case For Sharing Mediation Statements With Counterparties
In light of a potential growing mediation trend of only submitting statements to the mediator, litigants should think critically about the pros and cons of [...]
Recapping Eight Years of the Patent Eligibility Mess: Clearly, It’s Past Time for the Supreme Court or Congress to Provide Clarity
Last month, the U.S. Department of Justice filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court urging the Court to accept a certiorari case relating to [...]
Judge Newman's Lawsuit Elevates Fed. Circ. Tensions
Federal Circuit Judge Pauline Newman's lawsuit seeking to halt her colleagues' investigation into whether she is fit to stay on the bench appears likely to [...]
Bank Sold Off $2.5M Painting Quickly, Curator Testifies
The bank UMB's much-criticized sale of a major Thomas Hart Benton painting to the Nelson-Atkins Art Museum for $2.5 million in the face of alleged [...]
Samsung Wipes Out Light-Emitting Patent Claims At PTAB
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board has agreed to invalidate a light-emitting diode patent related to underlying infringement litigation against Samsung Electronics over its wireless [...]
Shelby's Co. Says '60 Seconds' IP Bench Trial No Photo Finish
Late racing icon Carroll Shelby's licensing company told a California federal judge in written closing arguments of a bench trial that a producer behind "Gone [...]
Ex-Unisys Execs Sue In Del. For Legal Costs Of Pa. Suit
Two former executives of information technology firm Unisys Corp. are suing their ex-employer in Delaware Chancery Court for legal expenses incurred defending against Unisys' trade [...]
6th Circ Revives Truck Parts' Trade Dress Suit
A Sixth Circuit panel on Thursday sent a dispute between two rival aftermarket semitruck parts companies back to a district court, ruling that a jury [...]
IP Forecast: 'Purple' TM Trial To Kick Off In Chicago
A federal jury in Chicago will review whether a drywall manufacturing giant can claim trademark rights to the color purple in a dispute with a [...]
ISP Loses Bid For Retrial After $47M Copyright Verdict
A Texas federal judge has refused to give internet service provider Grande Communications a judgment in its favor or a new trial after a jury [...]
Mich. Exec Can Escape Houston Tech Co.'s Trade Secrets Suit
An appeals court said a Michigan resident can escape a lawsuit accusing him of misappropriating a Texas technology company's trade secrets, writing that a Houston [...]
Senate Panel Approves Bipartisan PBM Overhaul
A Senate panel advanced bipartisan legislation Thursday clamping down on pharmacy benefit managers — companies that operate in between insurers, pharmacists and drugmakers — with [...]
Procedural Flaws Not Fatal To Claims, 1st Circ. Says
Plaintiffs whose cases are dismissed because of a procedural flaw — such as failing to register a copyright — are not claims-barred from re-filing a [...]
Apple Must Face 5G Infringement Claims, Albright Says
U.S. District Judge Alan D. Albright has determined Apple Inc. can't escape a technology licensing company's patent suit alleging some Apple devices infringe on its own [...]
Mitsubishi Unit Asks To Cut Infringement Claim From TM Suit
A Mitsubishi unit doing business as Diamond Offshore Wind has asked a Delaware federal judge to toss a trademark infringement claim by Houston-based Diamond Offshore [...]
Key Risks Of New Tech In The Retail Industry
The rapid growth of new technologies in the retail industry brings a range of legal issues and risks, such as data privacy and intellectual property, [...]
Newman Calls Moore’s Order Alleging She is Unfit for Court ‘Riddled with Errors’
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) Judge Pauline Newman yesterday filed a complaint in the United States District Court for the District [...]
Reupped Bill Pushes Review Of Outbound China Investments
A bipartisan group of representatives has reintroduced a bill aimed at screening outbound investments to foreign adversaries such as China and Russia, especially in areas [...]
GM Urges Full Fed. Circ. Not To Revisit Design Patent Ruling
General Motors has urged the Federal Circuit not to rethink a panel's upholding of Patent Trial and Appeal Board decisions that LKQ Corp. didn't show [...]
Law Firm Hits Google With Arbitration Dispute Over TM Ads
Global law firm LegalForce has launched an arbitration dispute with Google LLC over a "relentless" number of illegal trademark entities in the technology giant's advertising [...]
Cracking the Trade Mark Game of Thrones Legal Protection Code

11th November 2018 Trade Marks | Lara Alexandra

Trade Mark Protection  What many don’t know about the world...

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What Is Trade Mark Infringement?

8th November 2018 Trade Marks | Sam Gilbert

What is a trade mark? A trade mark is a...

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Drones Workshop, Fly Before You Buy!

5th November 2018 Events | Jaclyn-Mae Floro

Businesses across different industries now realise that drones, or also...

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Knock Off No-No’s – Dangers Of Counterfeit Goods

2nd November 2018 Copyright | Lara Alexandra

Fake Products  Knock-off products refer to replicas made by manufacturers...

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Everything You Need To Know – Designs vs Copyright

31st October 2018 Design Law | Sam Gilbert

In Australia, designs can be protected under both copyright law...

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Marketing Tech Symposium 2018

30th October 2018 Events | Jaclyn-Mae Floro

Ashton Media is a team of marketing, advertising and Customer...

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Blogging Legally – Legal Answers You Can Trust

25th October 2018 Copyright | Lara Alexandra

Creating Online Content With the increasing presence of blogging and...

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Lean Startup Sydney The Halloween Edition Extra Scary!

23rd October 2018 Events | Jaclyn-Mae Floro

The "Lean Startup" is a trade mark and service owned...

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EU Copyright Directive: Link Tax’s And Upload Filters

21st October 2018 Copyright | Sam Gilbert

The EU has introduced a new directive on copyright to...

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Understand The Difference – Trade Mark and Business Name

19th October 2018 Trade Marks | Lara Alexandra

Many people believe that registering a business name will give...

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Women In Tech 2018: Ladies Be Ready!

12th October 2018 Events | Jaclyn-Mae Floro

Ladies, be ready as the Annual Women in Tech conference...

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Beginning Of The Robot Revolution? Meet Sophia!

11th October 2018 AI and Robotics | Lara Alexandra

Sophia, a social humanoid robot, was developed by Hanson Robotics...

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