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Startup asks for relief from Hulu TM claims


Humu, a human resources startup founded by three former Google employees has filed for declaratory relief from American streaming services provider Hulu.

SCOTUS ruling on confidential sales: lawyers comment


A decision by the US Supreme Court yesterday will mean no change to the long-standing rules that apply to the “on-sale” bar, but may reduce the incentive for inventors to carry out confidential sales of their inventions, lawyers have told WIPR.

Adobe appeal sent back to district court in licensing row


Software company Adobe has suffered a setback in its bid to win costs and fees in an IP licensing dispute with Princeton Digital Image Corporation.

US Supreme Court says confidential sales can invoke on-sale bar


Companies that sell their inventions to third parties under confidential agreements may still end up invalidating their own patents based on the “on-sale” provision, the US Supreme Court said today.

Reddit forum inactive following copyright complaint


Online forum Reddit Soccer Streams has been forced to abandon its streaming of live football over concerns about copyright infringement.

Number of US patents granted in 2018 down by 3.3%: research


The number of patent applications approved by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) fell by 3.3% in 2018, a new analysis shows.

European copyright reforms face delay


Major reforms to EU copyright law have been delayed after talks to discuss the proposals were called off yesterday, January 21.

Red Bull targets US gas station in grey market goods lawsuit


Red Bull has taken legal action against a US gas station for its unauthorised sales of grey market Red Bull energy drinks.

China and US trade talks stall over IP issues

China, US22-01-2019

IP issues have proved to be a stumbling block in talks between the US and China over a new trade deal, according to reports.

California judge submits insufficient evidence in domain name complaint


A California-based judge who was appointed by powerlifter-turned-California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has failed to win control of a domain name despite claiming it was registered to induce violence against her.

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