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Canon granted preliminary injunction in Germany

US21-08-2017

Japanese company Canon has been granted a preliminary injunction against Printperfect for patent infringement at the Düsseldorf District Court.

China brands US ‘irresponsible’ over trade investigation

China, US21-08-2017

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce has insisted China will take “all appropriate measures” to safeguard its rights and interests amid a US probe into allegations of IP theft.

Wal-Mart sued over ‘web crawler’ software

US21-08-2017

Wal-Mart has been sued by a technology company over software that allows users to quickly search the internet through web-crawler technology.

BMW leads the way as automotive patents jump 20%

International21-08-2017

Applications for patents in the automotive industry have jumped by more than 20% in four years with big names including BMW and Peugeot Citroen leading the way, research has shown.

Expedia cleared of wrongdoing in Federal Circuit patent dispute

US18-08-2017

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has backed a district court ruling that travel company Expedia is not liable for patent infringement.

Latham & Watkins appoints FTC deputy director

US18-08-2017Movers & Shakers

Latham & Watkins has announced that the acting deputy director of the Federal Trade Commission’s bureau of competition has rejoined the firm.

Samsung reaches settlement over noise-cancelling patents

US18-08-2017

A company that sued both Apple and Samsung for patent infringement has announced that it has reached a settlement with Samsung.

Nestlé in hot water with Atari over KitKat advert

US18-08-2017

Confectionery company Nestlé has landed in hot water with Atari, a pioneer in arcade games, over Nestlé’s “blatant invasion and misappropriation” of Atari’s IP rights to the game “Breakout”.

SCOTUS asked to consider whether ‘Google’ trademark is generic

US18-08-2017

Two men are trying to take a case to the US Supreme Court to prove that Google has become a generic term that can’t be protected under trademark law.

Poundland and Mondelēz go to war over Toblerone lookalike

UK17-08-2017

UK retailer Poundland has gone to war against Mondelēz International over the sale of a Toblerone chocolate bar lookalike.

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