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Intellectual Ventures wins $43 million patent claim against T-Mobile and Ericsson

US21-02-2019

A jury has awarded IP licensing company Intellectual Ventures $43 million after finding telecoms companies T-Mobile and Ericsson infringed three of its patents.

Huawei does licensing deal to end German phone concerns

Germany, US20-02-2019

Huawei has entered a licensing agreement with patent pool licensing company MPEG LA, resolving a dispute that had threatened the Chinese company’s ability to sell its phones in Germany.

SCOTUS hears arguments in US Postal Service case

US20-02-2019

The US Supreme Court yesterday heard oral arguments in Return Mail v US Postal Service, in which it will consider whether the government is a ‘person’ with the power to institute review proceedings under the America Invents Act.

Volkswagen faces patent infringement suit

US20-02-2019

A automotive company, Michigan Motor Technologies, has filed a suit against Volkswagen for allegedly infringing 20 of its patents.

Ericsson and Oppo announce global cross-licensing deal

China, Sweden19-02-2019

Swedish telecoms company Ericsson has announced a new global patent cross-licensing deal with Chinese smartphone retailer Oppo, covering patents from both companies’ 2G, 3G, and 4G portfolios.

WiLAN loses patent dispute after failing to produce evidence

US18-02-2019

A US district court has ruled in favour of Japan-based company Sharp Electronics in a patent infringement claim brought by WiLAN.

SCOTUS to consider whether government is a ‘person’

US18-02-2019

The US Supreme Court is due to hear oral arguments tomorrow in Return Mail v US Postal Service.

Korea Exchange Bank files 46 applications for blockchain technology

South Korea14-02-2019

A South Korean foreign exchange bank has filed 46 patent applications for several blockchain-based technology systems, it has been reported.

'Sluggish' growth in women inventor numbers: USPTO

US13-02-2019

Women inventors still make up just 12% of all patent inventors in the US, according to the US Patent and Trademark Office.

Fed Circuit widens claim scope in Intel suit

US12-02-2019

Intel will face more legal proceedings after the Federal Circuit ruled that a lower court erred in its analysis of the scope of claims in a patent infringement suit.

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