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Jury Finds Samsung Owes $67.5M In 5G Patent Case
A Texas jury found Friday that Samsung infringed two wireless network patents by G+ Communications and declined to find that the patent owner failed its obligation [...]
Fed. Circ. Says LED Light Co. Can Serve Rival Over Email
The Federal Circuit won't force a Texas federal court to reverse its decision allowing LED lighting company Rotolight Ltd. to serve Chinese rival Aputure with a [...]
Google Disposes Of Web Conference Patent Suit
A patent covering a type of "time-shifted web conferencing" asserted against YouTube's livestreaming brand has failed to hold up in a federal court in Washington. [...]
Fed. Circ. Kicks Patent Suit Against Honeywell Out Of Waco
A ruling from the Federal Circuit on Friday knocked U.S. District Judge Alan Albright for keeping a patent lawsuit in Waco, noting that "nothing of significance [...]
Owner Of Michael Jordan Photo Slams Bid To Dodge IP Claims
The owner of a famous 1988 photo of basketball star Michael Jordan has pushed back against a summary judgment request from a collectible card manufacturer [...]
PTAB Won't Review Rotolight Patent, Cites Earlier Settled Case
A split Patent Trial and Appeal Board has said it won't review the validity of a Rotolight Ltd. patent on a lighting system, noting that [...]
Nike Fights New Balance's Push To Toss 3 Patents From Suit
Nike has pushed back at New Balance's request for the partial dismissal of a Massachusetts federal patent lawsuit, arguing that the motion is a "thinly veiled" [...]
Other Barks and Bites for Friday, January 26: CAFC Grants Transfer Out of Texas for Honeywell; Google Settles AI Chip Patent Lawsuit; Judge Newman’s Lawyers Make Her Case Before D.C. Judge
This week in Other Barks and Bites: the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) says Judge Alan Albright abused his discretion in [...]
Avery Dennison Patent Sanctions Cut To $5.2M On Remand
A federal magistrate judge in Oregon said Avery Dennison Corp. owes sanctions for misconduct during discovery in Adasa Inc.'s infringement suit over a patent on [...]
Patent Manager IPwe Plans Ch. 11 Sale With Shareholder Bid
Patent trading platform operator IPwe received approval from a Delaware bankruptcy judge Friday to take out up to $500,000 in Chapter 11 financing the company says [...]
Law360 Seeks Members For Its 2024 Editorial Boards
Law360 is looking for avid readers of its publications to serve as members of its 2024 editorial advisory boards. [...]
BREAKING: Kat Von D's Miles Davis Tattoo Didn't Infringe Photo, Jury Says
A California federal jury on Friday cleared celebrity tattoo artist Kat Von D of claims she infringed a copyrighted photo of Miles Davis, finding that [...]
Trials After PTAB Invalidity Rulings Present Tricky Issues
A recent case illustrates that Patent Trial and Appeal Board decisions finding patents invalid do not necessarily preclude a district court from holding an infringement [...]
Colo. Judge Knocks Crocs, Joybees For Bitter IP Fight
A Colorado federal judge has urged rival shoemakers Crocs and Joybees to turn down the temperature in their intellectual property dispute, saying the companies have [...]
Conn. Firm Accuses Copyright Case Foe Of Filing False Docs
A Connecticut firm embroiled in a yearslong, multistate copyright battle over images on its website has told a California federal judge that the stock photo [...]
Considerations For Lawyer Witnesses After FTX Trial
Sam Bankman-Fried's recent trial testimony about his lawyers' involvement in FTX's business highlights the need for attorney-witnesses to understand privilege issues in order to avoid [...]
Del. Ruling Features Valuable Analysis For IPR Estoppel Args
Last month, the District Court of Delaware held in Prolitec v. ScentAir Technologies that IPR estoppel does not apply to device art, and the analysis [...]
Off The Bench: McMahon Sued, 'Rock' Victory, USC Feels Heat
In this week's Off The Bench, WWE founder Vince McMahon has been sued for sexual abuse and trafficking, "The Rock" reclaimed his name, and USC [...]
Strategies for Using the Hague System
The number of design applications filed through the Hague System for the International Registration of Industrial Designs continues to grow, with an 18.8% increase in [...]
UK Litigation Roundup: Here's What You Missed In London
The past week in London has seen Sainsbury’s Supermarkets face patent proceedings over a specific type of mandarin, Alexander Nix, the former chief of Cambridge [...]
George Carlin Estate Sues Over AI-Generated Comedy Special
The estate of late comedian George Carlin on Thursday sued the makers of Dudesy, a comedy podcast created and written by artificial intelligence, after it "resurrected" [...]
Richard Prince Infringed Instagram Photos, Judge Says
A New York federal judge on Thursday ruled in favor of a pair of photographers who launched separate but related copyright infringement suits alleging that [...]
MrBeast Says Restaurant Co.'s Suit Is Trying To 'Gaslight' Court
YouTube megastar MrBeast urged a New York state court to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the virtual restaurant company he partnered with and then sued [...]
'What's The Point?': Meta AI Judge Doubts Lead Counsel Bid
A California federal judge on Thursday questioned a request to appoint the Joseph Saveri Law Firm to be interim lead counsel in putative class copyright [...]
Copyright Protection of a Logo

2nd July 2021 Copyright | Jax Floro

A logo trade mark is an artistic work that functions...

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AI is Revolutionizing Education

3rd June 2021 Technology | Alessandra Maxine

"Our intelligence is what makes us human, and AI is...

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Australian Intellectual Property Report 2021

20th May 2021 Trade Marks | Jax Floro

Trade marks A trade mark is a type of intellectual...

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The Trade Mark Opposition Process

Trade Marks | Jax Floro

As the owner of a trade mark, you are responsible...

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What are Smart Contracts?

19th April 2021 Contracts | Jax Floro

Blockchain is a technology that is built on Bitcoin and...

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What You Need To Know About the Modern Slavery Act 2018

1st March 2021 Globalisation | ADMIN

The Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth) (the ‘Act’) entered into...

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Series Trade Mark Applications

3rd February 2021 Trade Marks | ADMIN

What Is A Series Trade Mark Application? A trade mark...

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Copyright Protection of a Logo

30th December 2020 Copyright | ADMIN

“God holds the copyright, as the sole author of life.”...

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Food and Grocery Code of Conduct Amendments – A new “Fair Go”

20th November 2020 Commercial | Sveth Milanes

The Food and Grocery Code of Conduct (the ‘Code’) serves...

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Who Owns the Copyright in an Interview or Social Media Post?

30th October 2020 Copyright | Jax Floro

We live in a world where a “tap” or a...

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Can you Protect your Family Recipe under the Law of Intellectual Property?

11th October 2020 Intellectual Property Protection | Jax Floro

Traditionally, recipes are either passed down to the next generation...

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IP Australia – New Trade Mark Fees Effective 1 October 2020

28th September 2020 Trade Marks | Jill Junio

In 2019, IP Australia conducted reviews of its fee schedules...

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