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Unwired Planet expands portfolio with Ericsson patents


Non-practising entity Unwired Planet has bought over 2,000 patents and patent applications from Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson, it announced on Thursday.

Google patent grants increase by 170 percent in 2012


Internet search provider Google was granted 1151 patents by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) last year, a 170 percent increase on 2011.

Car industry invests in green innovation


Of all technology fields in the automotive industry, ‘green’ innovations accounted for the largest increase in the number of patent filings, according to a paper released by Thomson Reuters on Thursday.

USPTO and DoJ urge caution over FRAND injunctions


The US Department of Justice (DoJ) has warned the International Trade Commission (ITC) to be cautious before it blocks imports of goods that infringe industry-essential patents.

UK government appoints new IP minister


The Viscount Younger of Leckie has replaced Lord Marland as the minister in charge of IP at the UK government’s department for business, innovation and skills (BIS).

Kenyan IP battle could set precedent for jurisdiction


A legal battle in Kenya between microfinance company Faulu Kenya and mobile network operator Safaricom could set a new precedent for IP trials in the East African jurisdiction.

Nike hit with FuelBand infringement claims


Nike is the third brand owner in three months to be sued by fitness company Sportbrain, which claims the multinational’s FuelBand product infringes one of its patents.

Google drops patent claims against Microsoft after FTC investigation


Google has withdrawn two infringement claims against Microsoft concerning video coding technology patents after agreeing to a decree issued by the FTC limiting when it can block access to essential patents.

Duane Morris promotes four IP attorneys to partner

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Duane Morris LLP has promoted four intellectual property attorneys to partner in its US offices.

USPTO opens debate on improving software patents


The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is aiming to boost the quality of the software patents it grants by launching a new project, the Software Partnership.

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