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Smart energy provider asserts more patents against Huawei

Germany31-07-2018Patent News

SmartEdge has asserted two more patents against Huawei in an extension of its patent infringement complaint in Germany.

Groupon to pay IBM $82.5m for patent infringement

US30-07-2018Patent News

Groupon has been ordered to pay technology company IBM $82.5 million for wilful patent infringement.

72% of CEOs admit taking IP from employer: report

Germany, UK, US27-07-2018

Nearly three-quarters (72%) of CEOs have taken IP from a former employer, according to research released by American software company Code42 on Tuesday.

Smith Anderson hires IP counsel with AI expertise

US27-07-2018Movers & Shakers

Smith Anderson has added electrical engineer Ed Roney as counsel in the firm’s North Carolina office.

Campinos outlines ambitions for EPO presidency

EPO27-07-2018

António Campinos, the new president of the European Patent Office, said yesterday that he plans to provide his staff with more support during the patent granting process.

DWF launches IP department in France

France26-07-2018Movers & Shakers

Law firm DWF has launched a new IP department in France with the addition of litigation partner Simon Christiaën.

Bad news for Boston University as Fed Circuit reverses LED patent ruling

US26-07-2018

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit yesterday reversed a district court’s ruling in a patent infringement dispute between Boston University and LED manufacturers

Retired professor drives Lyft to court for patent infringement

US25-07-2018

Rideshare app Lyft has been hit with a patent claim after a former Georgia Institute of Technology professor accused the company of infringing his transport-related invention.

English court refuses to reopen L’Oréal patent case

UK24-07-2018

The English High Court has rejected cosmetics brand L’Oréal’s attempt to reopen a patent case over a hair care product.

Philips secures second SEP victory against HTC

UK20-07-2018

The English High Court yesterday upheld the validity of a standard-essential patent owned by Philips in the technology company’s ongoing dispute with Taiwanese firms HTC and AsusTek, 

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