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Remote-Start Patent Stalls At Fed. Circ. In BMW Win
The Federal Circuit on Monday affirmed a Patent Trial and Appeal Board decision that found that a patent owned by Omega Patents LLC on a [...]
Fish & Richardson Adds Ex-Patent Judge To Firm
Kristi Sawert is joining Fish & Richardson PC's post-grant group as a principal after spending over 15 years as a judge and associate solicitor at [...]
Ex-DHS Official Wants Probation For Software Theft Case
A former senior official with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's watchdog asked a D.C. federal judge to spare him prison time for stealing proprietary [...]
Lockton Can Proceed With Poaching Suit Against Rival
A Missouri federal court kept alive insurance brokerage Lockton's lawsuit accusing its former higher-ups of conspiring with California-based competitor Alliant in a poaching scheme, saying [...]
Lessons From Country Singer's Personal Service Saga
Recent reports that country singer Luke Combs won a judgment against a Florida woman who didn’t receive notice of the suit should serve as a [...]
Justices Let Solicitor General Join IP Damages Accrual Fight
The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday it will allow the U.S. solicitor general to participate in oral arguments in an upcoming case poised to settle [...]
Chinese Co. Can't Avoid Contempt In Philips X-Ray IP Suit
A Chinese company that "abandoned" litigation in an X-ray tube trade secrets case after receiving civil contempt sanctions, a default judgment and other adverse orders [...]
Second Finnegan Alumnus Rejoins Firm In 2024
Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner LLP has rehired its second attorney of 2024, who first joined the firm as a summer associate more than [...]
Is AI’s Copyright World Flat, or Will AI Flatten the Copyright World?
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is global, and copyright laws are national. Thus, some countries will have strict laws on making copies of copyrighted content to “train” [...]
High Court Won't Hear Liability Question In Counterfeit Row
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a case posing the question of whether the owner of a business found to have willfully [...]
Justices Pass On TM Row Over National Shipping Jurisdiction
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to review a case where the Ninth Circuit held that Amazon resellers could be sued in Arizona for [...]
Law360 Names Firms Of The Year
Eight law firms have earned spots as Law360's Firms of the Year, with 55 Practice Group of the Year awards among them, steering some of [...]
Law360 Names Practice Groups Of The Year
Law360 would like to congratulate the winners of its Practice Groups of the Year awards for 2023, which honor the attorney teams behind litigation wins [...]
The UK Supreme Court DABUS Decision: The End or Just a Bump in the Road for AI Inventors?
As reported on IPWatchdog, the UK Supreme court recently ruled that a trained neural network (an Artificial Intelligence known as DABUS) could not be listed [...]
On the Rocks and in the Courts: Aged Disputes in Whiskey Trademark Litigations
In the spirited world of whiskey, legal battles ferment in the form of trademark litigation. In the vast realm of whiskey production, where brands are [...]
Centripetal Denied Partial Win In Patent Suit Against Palo Alo
A Virginia federal judge on Friday rejected Centripetal Networks' request for partial summary judgment in its suit alleging cybersecurity software company Palo Alto Networks Inc. [...]
Yahoo Foe Can't Avoid Counterclaims In Copyright Dispute
A California federal judge says that a stock photo company that owns some 400,000 photos of cars and wants Tumblr and its parent Yahoo Inc. to [...]
Bungie Asks 9th Circ. To Uphold $4M Cheat Code Seller Award
Video game developer Bungie slammed a cheat code seller on Friday for its Ninth Circuit appeal of a $4.4 million arbitration award, saying the entire [...]
Claims Court Judge Doubts Takings Clause Applies To Pharma IP
A Court of Federal Claims judge says it isn't likely that the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark Cedar Point ruling can apply to intellectual property, marking [...]
Pornhub Owner Wants Video IP Infringement Case Canned
Pornhub parent Aylo Holdings urged a Texas federal court to toss a lawsuit from WellcomeMat LLC claiming the adult entertainment giant is unlawfully using its [...]
Conn. University Seeks Website's Databases In DMCA Suit
A Connecticut university on Friday asked a judge to order to provide internal databases that could detail the study aid website's compliance with the [...]
Klobuchar Tells Drug Cos. To Act On FTC Patent Warnings
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., has told five drugmakers to remove certain patents identified by the Federal Trade Commission from a drug database that affects the [...]
11th Circ. Backs Missile Systems Engineer's $2M Award
The Eleventh Circuit has upheld an Alabama federal jury's award of about $1.96 million to a missile defense engineer who won a suit claiming his former [...]
Fed. Circ. Won't Double-Check Double-Patenting Decision
The full Federal Circuit will not be reviewing a controversial panel decision regarding obviousness-type double-patenting, according to a Friday order. [...]
The Australian Intellectual Property Report 2019

21st June 2019 Intellectual Property Protection | Jax Floro

The seventh edition of the Australian Intellectual Property Report 2019...

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NASA is set to launch rockets Northern Territory Spaceport in 2020 – A World First

14th June 2019 Space | Jax Floro

NASA has picked a privately-owned space center outside the United...

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Not my fingerprints! Aussie Worker Wins Landmark Biometric Data Case

6th June 2019 Data | Jax Floro

For refusing to use a biometric scanner at work, Jeremy...

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Big Brother is watching! ICO Compels HMRC to Delete Five Million Voice Files

31st May 2019 News | Jax Floro

Following a complaint filed by Big Brother Watch, a non-profit...

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AI: Decoding IP – Exploring the Commercial, Economic and Legal Implications

24th May 2019 AI and Robotics | Jax Floro

Artificial intelligence is progressing rapidly as evidenced by Apple’s Siri,...

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Brave New World: Welcome to the Gig Economy!

17th May 2019 Globalisation | Jax Floro

The concept of work is changing and people are embracing...

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5 Top Tips to Growing Your Platform and Brand Power

10th May 2019 E-Commerce | Jax Floro

Create Engaging Content You might think this one is obvious...

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Jurisdiction Clause vs. Choice of Law Clause

1st May 2019 Contracts | ADMIN

Jurisdiction Jurisdiction clauses are added into contracts to identify which...

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INTA 141st Annual Meeting 2019

23rd April 2019 Events | ADMIN

The International Trademark Association (INTA) Annual Meeting is the world’s...

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The Singapore Treaty on the Law of Trademarks and Non-Conventional Trademarks

12th April 2019 Trade Marks | ADMIN

Member states of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) adopted...

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Canada joins the Madrid Protocol at last!

29th March 2019 International Trade Marks | ADMIN

Finally, Canada will become one of the contracting parties to...

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