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Wells Fargo hits back over military bank patent claim

US15-08-2018Patent News

Wells Fargo fought back against a patent infringement complaint yesterday, claiming that patents relating to digital banking that were enforced against the US financial services organisation are invalid.

Fed Circuit upholds Facebook appeal against PTAB rejection

US15-08-2018Patent News

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal yesterday upheld an appeal made by Facebook after the Patent Trial and Appeal Board rejected a patent application made by the social networking site.  

Sex toy patent fails to excite Indian Patent Office


The Indian Patent Office (IPO) has said that it cannot grant a patent covering a sexually stimulating device on the grounds that it is “immoral”.

Dickinson Wright boosts Michigan office with Brinks Gilson hire

US14-08-2018Movers & Shakers

Dickinson Wright has added Nicholas Angelocci, from Brinks Gilson & Lione, to its Troy office in Michigan.

Squire Patton Boggs boosts Palo Alto office

US14-08-2018Movers & Shakers

Squire Patton Boggs has strengthened its Palo Alto office with the addition of three partners to the firm’s IP and technology team.

Massachusetts governor vetoes ‘patent troll’ proposal

US13-08-2018Patent News

The governor of the US state of Massachusetts, Charlie Baker, has vetoed a proposal designed to safeguard businesses against ‘patent trolls’.

Bass, Berry & Sims bulks up Washington, DC office

US13-08-2018Movers & Shakers

Law firm Bass, Berry & Sims has recruited Michael Kiklis to its Washington, DC office.

USPTO updates AIA guidance to allow for pre-hearing conferences


The US Patent and Trademark Office will permit certain pre-hearing conferences in America Invents Act (AIA) trials, according to updated guidance from the office.

Qualcomm settles licensing dispute with Taiwan’s competition regulator


Semiconductor company Qualcomm has reached a settlement with the Taiwan Fair Trade Commission, following a competition dispute which resulted in a NT$23.4 billion fine against the company.

Judge ‘inclined’ to deny any post-trial motions by IBM and Groupon


Post-trial motions that follow a decision to award IBM $82.5 million in damages from Groupon are likely to be denied, according to a letter authored by District Judge Leonard Stark and released yesterday.

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