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Samsung scores patent win at Federal Circuit


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit yesterday, May 23, handed victory to electronics company Samsung in a patent dispute.

IPEC sides with Netsweeper in employee patent dispute


The UK’s Intellectual Property Enterprise Court has ruled that an employee’s invention is owned by his employer, Canadian company Netsweeper, even though the invention was developed in the employee’s home.

Steve Madden and YSL settle footwear dispute


Fashion brands Steve Madden and Yves Saint Laurent have settled their dispute over shoes.

General Court dismisses TM appeal in win for Sky


The EU General Court yesterday upheld the European Union Intellectual Property Office’s decision in trademark opposition proceedings instigated by Sky, in a win for the British telecommunications company.

INTA 2019: Certifying Good Business Practices


As brands increasingly look to adopt stronger policies on corporate social responsibility, many law firms are also looking for ways to establish a brand identity as a socially responsible enterprise.

Via Licensing adds 100 Blackberry SEPs to patent pool


A licensing program developer, Via Licensing Corporation, has purchased nearly 100 Long Term Evolution standard-essential patents.

Federal Circuit sides with Sony in IPR appeal


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit yesterday sided with Sony in its appeal against the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s final decision in an inter partes review of a patent directed to the storage of audio data.

US court backs FTC in antitrust claim against Qualcomm


A US court has found that Qualcomm’s “no licence, no chips” business practice violates antitrust laws and gives the mobile chip maker an unlawfully dominant position in the market.

EURid and EUIPO take a stand against domain name abuse


The European Union Intellectual Property Office and EURid, the registry manager of the .eu and .ею country code top-level domains, has launched a new service designed to help European Union trade mark applicants tackle cybersquatting and bad faith domain name registrations.

Autonomous vehicles to boost patent licence revenue: report


The development of connected and autonomous vehicles has “huge scope for patenting and earning revenue from licences” but on the flip-side there is also the potential for increased litigation when disputes arise, according to a new report.

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