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‘Assassin’s Creed’ publisher sued over graphics patent

28-05-2020Rory O'Neill

Video game publisher Ubisoft has been accused of infringing graphics patents with its hit titles “Assassin’s Creed” and “Far Cry”.

PTAB wants new rules to tackle IPR imbalance

28-05-2020Rory O'Neill

The US Patent Trial and Appeal Board has proposed to remove a key advantage currently held by parties looking to have patents cancelled.

Rouse appoints new chairman

28-05-2020Movers & ShakersSarah Morgan

IP firm Rouse has appointed John McLaren, a former diplomat and investment banker in Japan and the UK, as its new chairman.

easyGroup fails to halt ‘Easy Nurse’ TM

28-05-2020Sarah Morgan

The UK Intellectual Property Office has rejected easyGroup’s argument that a trademark covering breastfeeding products shouldn’t be registered.

Webinar: SEPs in a connected future and the role of patent pools

International, Sweden28-05-2020Sarah Morgan

While smart cars, connected cities and autonomous factories are firmly on the IoT agenda, difficulties in determining the value of integral technologies risk delaying development opportunities.  

UKIPO reports strong TM growth, but patent filings decline

27-05-2020Rory O'Neill

Patent filings at the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) fell by 8% last year, but trademark applications have held strong.

Piaggio clamps down on Vespa copies


The owner of the Vespa scooter brand is claiming victory over an unnamed Chinese manufacturer in an EU design dispute.

Lego accuses toymaker of TM infringement

27-05-2020Sarah Morgan

Lego has taken Florida-based Laser Pegs to court over the sale of figurines, which Lego alleged could be confused with its Minifigure figurines.

WIPO offers ‘tamper-proof’ tool to protect assets

International, Switzerland27-05-2020Sarah Morgan

The World Intellectual Property Organization has launched an online business service aimed at helping innovators and creators take verifiable actions to safeguard the many outputs of their work.

Minnesota tribe sues Radisson over casino TM


A Native American community is suing Radisson Hotels International and a Las Vegas casino for trademark infringement.

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