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IP licensing company accuses Intel of infringing chip technology


An IP licensing company has accused Intel of infringing 12 of its patents relating to computer technology.

Jones Day adds IP partner from Perkins Coie

US24-04-2019Movers & Shakers

Jones Day has added Michael Oblon as a partner in the firm’s Washington, DC office.

UK Supreme Court to hear Huawei SEP appeals


The UK Supreme Court has agreed to hear two appeals from Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE regarding standard-essential patent infringement cases.

DoJ charges two with China-backed GE trade secrets theft

China, US24-04-2019

The US Department of Justice has unsealed economic espionage charges against two individuals who allegedly conspired to steal technology from General Electric (GE) for the benefit of the People’s Republic of China.

Rovi accuses Comcast of infringing six patents


Rovi, a subsidiary of TiVo, has filed a patent infringement suit against telecommunications conglomerate Comcast.

Liquid cannabis formulations patent eligible, court rules


A landmark cannabis patent dispute is set to continue after a US court ruled that patent claims covering liquid cannabinoid formulations are not directed towards ineligible subject matter.

Federal Circuit backs DuPont in patent suit


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has upheld a ruling in favour of DuPont, after a district court found that competitor Unifrax had infringed one of DuPont’s patents.

Valeo and Continental join others in antitrust complaint against Nokia

EU, Finland, France, Germany18-04-2019

Two car parts suppliers have asked the European Commission to undertake an antitrust investigation into Nokia’s patent licensing practices for technology used in cars.

Apple and Qualcomm settle global FRAND dispute


Apple and Qualcomm have announced the end of all litigation between the two companies worldwide, ending years of court battles between the pair.

China opens antitrust investigation into Ericsson


Swedish telecoms company Ericsson has confirmed that it is being investigated in China over complaints against its IP rights licensing practices in the country.

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