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IPEC praises Trump’s ‘significant efforts’ to protect American IP


Vishal Amin, US Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator, has heaped praise on US President Donald Trump’s approach to promoting and protecting American IP, in a report submitted to Congress.

Fed Circuit reverses PTAB decision in parking dispute


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit handed a partial victory to US company Duncan Parking Technologies last week, reversing a decision of the US Patent Trial and Appeal Board.

MIT accuses Ford of wilful patent infringement


Ford Motor Company has been named in a patent suit for allegedly infringing technology owned by Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Spotify accused of infringing Yahoo software patents


Spotify is facing a patent infringement suit from IP licensing company Excalibur, which claims that the streaming service’s “digital fingerprint” software infringes patents owned by Yahoo.

English court rejects ZTE and Huawei calls to relocate FRAND case


The English Court of Appeal has rejected an appeal from Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE in their bid to have a standard-essential patent infringement case thrown out on grounds of lack of jurisdiction.

US court decides roof repair patent dispute


A US district court has ruled in favour of an aerial imagery provider, Eagle View Technologies, after a competitor sought to invalidate its patents for lacking an inventive concept.

IBM owns largest AI patent portfolio: WIPO


American technology company IBM holds the largest artificial intelligence patent portfolio, with China and the US being the leading countries in this area, according to a new report from the World Intellectual Property Organization.

Chinese officials urge government to strengthen IP protection


Political advisers have urged the Chinese government to step up efforts to strengthen protection for rights owners in the country.

Philips’ GPS fitness tracker patent invalidated in win for Garmin


The English High Court has handed victory to technology company Garmin in its bid to invalidate claims of a patent covering wearable GPS fitness trackers owned by Dutch technology firm Philips.

Apple files another appeal against $440m VirnetX award


Apple has filed another appeal against a patent infringement verdict which ordered the smartphone maker to pay IP licensing company, VirnetX, $440 million.

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