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Perkins Coie boosts Portland office with litigator

21-02-2020Sarah Morgan

Perkins Coie has strengthened its Portland, Oregon office with the addition of Renée Rothauge, who joins from Markowitz Herbold.

USPTO escapes former examiner’s bias claims

21-02-2020Sarah Morgan

A Virginia judge has handed victory to the US Patent and Trademark Office, granting the office’s motion for summary judgment in a discrimination suit brought by a former patent examiner.

Arctic Cat gets frosty reception at Fed Circuit in $28m patent appeal

20-02-2020Rory O'Neill

Snowmobile manufacturer Arctic Cat cannot claim patent damages of $28 million from Bombardier for the period before it filed its lawsuit, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has ruled.

India, US sign IP rights deal as Trump visit looms

India20-02-2020Edward Pearcey

India and the US have signed a preliminary deal to strengthen IP rights, just a few days before a state visit by President Donald Trump, according to a senior Indian government official.

Disruptors taking market share from leading innovators, says report

International19-02-2020Edward Pearcey

Large organisations now only account for 18% of global inventions, as competition from market disruptors intensifies, according to research by Clarivate Analytics.

Neodron sues Apple, Amazon for keyboard patent infringements

19-02-2020Edward Pearcey

Ireland-based Neodron has filed multiple patent infringement complaints against Apple, Amazon, AsusTek Computer, LG Electronics, Microsoft, Motorola and Sony, all related to keyboard functionality and sensitivity.

COVID-19: IP updates

China, International, Singapore18-02-2020WIPR team

Latest news on the impact of the novel coronavirus crisis on the IP industry, including lawyer reactions, events disruption, and patent disputes in the race to launch treatments.

Nanoco sues Samsung over quantum dots patent infringement

18-02-2020Edward Pearcey

UK-based nanotechnology company Nanoco Technologies is suing South Korean technology giant Samsung for five patent infringements relating to its quantum dot technology used in LED TVs.

Report paints ‘bleak’ picture of federal judiciary diversity in US

18-02-2020Sarah Morgan

White men dominate the lower federal courts, while women and people of colour remain severely underrepresented at the US Court of Appeals and the US district courts levels, according to a new diversity report.

EIP hires Dyson IP lead as partner

18-02-2020Movers & ShakersTom Phillips

EIP has hired Colin Lobban, who joins from an in-house role at Dyson, as a partner.

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