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Tencent-owned game dev agrees multi-suit settlement with rival

23-07-2021Alex Baldwin

Tencent-owned mobile developer Supercell Games and Japanese games company Gree have agreed to settle all matters in an ongoing patent infringement dispute.

Delhi court hands Sony a blocking order in Olympic anti-piracy fight

India23-07-2021Rory O'Neill

The Delhi High Court has granted Sony Pictures a pre-emptive blocking order aimed at cutting off access to pirate websites ahead of the Tokyo Olympics.

The shifting sands of offensive trademarks

22-07-2021Alex Baldwin

Attitudes are changing and with consumers judging and influencing the moral behaviour of brands, it is more important than ever for companies to consider what makes a trademark offensive.

Wyze wants US court to save it from Amazon delisting

China22-07-2021Rory O'Neill

Wyze is facing one of its robot vacuums being delisted from Amazon unless it can convince a US court it hasn’t infringed a Xiaomi and Rockrobo patent.

Fed Circ denies Apple en banc redo of Qualcomm decision

21-07-2021Alex Baldwin

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has denied Apple’s request for an en banc rehearing of its decision that Apple lacked standing to appeal an inter partes review that upheld two Qualcomm patents.

Taylor Swift tries to shake off lyric infringement suit

21-07-2021Alex Baldwin

Taylor Swift has moved for a summary judgment to throw out a lawsuit that accuses her of infringing lyrics in her chart-topping single “Shake it Off”.

Leicester City FC scores UKIPO trademark win against Leeds club

UK21-07-2021Muireann Bolger

Football club Leeds City has failed in its bid to register an ‘LCFC’ trademark, after the UK Intellectual Property Office found in favour of an opposition by the UK Premier League’s Leicester City.

Ericsson settles patent dispute with TCL

China20-07-2021Muireann Bolger

Ericsson has settled its lengthy feud with China’s TCL Communication Technology over royalties on a patent for telecommunications inventions.

Sky avoids voice recognition patent infringement with invalidity ruling

UK20-07-2021Alex Baldwin

UK broadcaster Sky dodged patent infringement claims after the English High Court ruled to invalidate the contested voice recognition patent.

Fed Circ confirms Cunningham as its first Black judge

20-07-2021Muireann Bolger

IP litigator Tiffany Cunningham has made history by becoming the first-ever Black judge at the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

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