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Fed. Circ. Says Judge Albright Can Keep GM Patent Suit
The Federal Circuit on Monday decided that U.S. District Judge Alan Albright correctly held that multiple General Motors dealerships as well as an IT center [...]
Federal Circuit Upholds Albright’s Ruling on Denial of Transfer for GM
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) today denied General Motors’ petition for a writ of mandamus seeking to compel Judge Alan [...]
Cellspin Wants Patent Loss Erased Over Judge's Google Ties
Cellspin Soft Inc. wants to undo its recent defeat in sprawling patent litigation against Nike Inc., Fitbit Inc., Under Armour Inc. and others, arguing the [...]
US CEO Of Japan Legal Tech Co. Must Testify, Suit Argues
California-based intellectual property firm LegalForce RAPC Worldwide PC argued in a filing Monday that the Japanese company it is suing for trademark infringement must allow [...]
Kratom Co. Asks 11th Circ. To Nix 'Naked License' Ruling
Supplement maker Blue Mountain Holdings Ltd. asked the Eleventh Circuit to overturn a judgment against it in a trademark dispute, saying the Georgia federal trial [...]
3 BigLaw Firms Partner On Southern U. Litigation Workshop
Kirkland & Ellis LLP, DLA Piper and Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz PC recently held a three-day mock trial session for students at the Southern [...]
Litigation, Compliance And Enforcement In The 'Crypto Winter'
In 2022, cryptocurrency valuations plummeted, litigation proliferated and the "crypto winter" led to several high-profile bankruptcies, resulting in novel factual and legal questions being raised [...]
Catching Up With Delaware's Chancery Court
Shareholders pushed for accountability in Delaware's Court of Chancery last week, with new cases that frowned upon sketchy bylaw amendments, raised questions about a pending [...]
IP Group Of The Year: Debevoise
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP's intellectual property team last year smacked down a preliminary injunction preventing Grubhub from using its new logo — convincing a district judge [...]
This Week in Washington IP: FTC’s Non-compete Proposal, Competition in Ticketing Services, and the Effectiveness of AI in Content Moderation
This week in Washington IP news, Congress is back in session with a light week of hearings including a Senate Judiciary hearing on competition in [...]
Record Label Hits Back At Punjabi Singer's Copyright Claim
A record label boss has fired back at a Punjabi singer's copyright claim, arguing that his companies own the rights to the artist's music and [...]
Amici Urge SCOTUS to Reverse Overly Broad Definition of ‘Expressive Work’ in Jack Daniel’s v. VIP Products
Last November, the U.S. Supreme Court granted a petition for writ of certiorari filed by famed whiskey brand owner Jack Daniel’s Properties. The petition filed [...]
New USPTO Tool Aims to Help IP Newbies Identify Their Rights
At the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) Women’s Entrepreneurship (WE) event in Naples, Florida, on Wednesday, January 18, USPTO Director Kathi Vidal announced that [...]
How Big Tech's Section 230 Liability Shield Got Wider In NY
A New York model's attempt to hold Amazon, Walmart and Ulta Beauty liable for using her image online to promote a French skincare product without [...]
Tiny Harris On Stand Walks Back Claim MGA Sought Doll Deal
During her second day on the witness stand in California federal court over her intellectual property dispute with MGA Entertainment Inc., singer-songwriter Tameka "Tiny" Harris [...]
Samsung Can't Stay Caltech Patent Suit Amid PTAB Challenge
A Texas federal judge has declined Samsung's bid to stay a lawsuit alleging its Galaxy smartphones infringe California Institute of Technology patents, rejecting its argument [...]
J&J Unit Says Rival Is Still Flooding Market Despite Verdict
A Johnson & Johnson division asked a Florida federal court to immediately stop a Swedish rival from flooding the market with infringing canine implant products, [...]
Reggae Band Fights Dua Lipa's Exit Bid in Copyright Suit
A Florida reggae band is asking a California federal court to deny British pop superstar Dua Lipa's request to escape a copyright lawsuit that claims [...]
PNC Strikes Blow Against Patent Tied To $218M Loss
PNC Bank says that a $218.5 million verdict the banking giant lost last year in Texas federal court "cannot stand" after a Patent Trial and [...]
Split Fed. Circ. Upholds Ax Of $308M Apple Patent Verdict
A split Federal Circuit panel on Friday affirmed a Texas judge's decision to wipe out a $308.5 million patent verdict against Apple due to the [...]
Brand Battles: Uber Tries To Drive Out 'Uberhorny' Dating TM
In Law360's latest roundup of new actions at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, ride-hailing giant Uber is trying to fight a trademark application for [...]
Pornhub Uses Alice To Trim Software Patent Suit
Delaware federal court on Friday pared down a suit accusing the company that runs the website Pornhub of infringing software patents, finding that most of [...]
Fed. Circ. Backs GM Win And Won't Drop Design Patent Tests
The Federal Circuit on Friday upheld Patent Trial and Appeal Board decisions that LKQ Corp. didn't show that two General Motors auto part design patents [...]
Daiichi Slams Seagen's Bid To Nix Cancer Drug Patent Award
Japanese drugmaker Daiichi Sankyo urged a federal court to uphold an arbitral award nixing U.S. biotechnology company Seagen's claims seeking tens of billions of dollars [...]
IP Report 2020 on Trade Mark Filing Statistics in Australia and Overseas

6th September 2020 Trade Marks | Jax Floro

A trade mark is a way for customers to recognize...

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U.S. Supreme Court Overturns USPTO Trade Mark Refusal Against Booking.com

28th August 2020 Trade Marks | Jill Junio

Booking.com is an Amsterdam based digital travel company that provides...

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European Union (EU) Individuals and California Residents Privacy Policy

23rd August 2020 Privacy | Sveth Milanes

A privacy policy is a form of disclosure as to...

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Author’s Copyright Protection

14th August 2020 Copyright | Jax Floro

The author/s of a work is the first owner of...

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ACCC Putting Foot Down, Demanding Transparency and Accountability from APRA

6th August 2020 Copyright | Jill Junio

There are many copyright users who wish to make use...

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New Privacy Law Regime – $10 million in Penalties

24th July 2020 Privacy | Jax Floro

The Federal Government has announced important changes to the Privacy...

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Google Loses Appeal as French Courts Uphold a Monster Fine of 50 Million Euros!

17th July 2020 Privacy | Jill Junio

France’s Highest Administrative Court (“Conseil d’Etat”) seals with finality the...

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Your Legals for Opening a Clothing Store!

9th July 2020 Startups | Jax Floro

Opening a business, and starting your own clothing line, is...

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5 IP Protection Mantras Every Business Should Follow

18th June 2020 Intellectual Property Protection | Sveth Milanes

Intellectual property (IP) is a very important part of a...

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2019 Mandatory Wording for Warranties against Defects when supplying Services

5th June 2020 Contracts | Johanne Sarcilla

Consumer Guarantees under the ACL A business may choose to...

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The Difference Between a Warranty and Indemnity

20th May 2020 Contracts | Jax Floro

Warranties and indemnities are both forms of contractual protection that...

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5 Intellectual Property Assets You Should Protect

7th May 2020 Intellectual Property Protection | Sveth Milanes

Trade Marks "A product can be quickly outdated, but a...

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