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Federal Circuit delivers mixed ruling for Apple in $440m suit

02-08-2019Saman Javed

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has delivered a mixed ruling in a patent dispute between Apple and IP licensing company VirnetX, after an earlier judgment ordered the smartphone maker to pay $440 million for infringement.

Qualcomm dispute may have played role in Apple’s Intel deal: lawyers

26-07-2019Saman Javed

Apple’s patent licensing dispute with Qualcomm may have been a contributing factor in Apple’s $1 billion acquisition of the majority of Intel’s smartphone modem business, lawyers have told WIPR.

Japanese music industry urges Apple to stamp out App Store piracy

Japan17-07-2019Rory O'Neill

Groups representing the Japanese music industry have called for Apple to crack down on unauthorised music apps which infringe copyright.

Judge denies Qualcomm motion to stay antitrust ruling


A US court has dismissed Qualcomm’s request to stay an antitrust injunction handed down earlier this year, as the chipmaker looks to appeal the ruling.

EPO dismisses Apple appeal over ‘gesture unlock’ patent


The European Patent Office has dismissed an appeal from Apple, ruling that one of its applied-for patents is unpatentable because it lacks an inventive step.

Qualcomm’s settlement payment from Apple revealed


Qualcomm will collect at least $4.5 billion from its patent litigation settlement with Apple, which has seen the microchip maker’s share price surged since the announcement last month.

Apple fails to stop Swatch’s ‘one more thing’ TM


Apple has been unsuccessful in its bid to stop Swiss watchmaker Swatch from securing a trademark for the phrase ‘one more thing’.

Apple and Qualcomm settle global FRAND dispute


Apple and Qualcomm have announced the end of all litigation between the two companies worldwide, ending years of court battles between the pair.

EU council adopts copyright directive


The European Council has adopted the proposed copyright directive, which was given the go-ahead by EU parliament and lawmakers last month.

Jury sides with Apple in $30m patent suit


Apple will not have to pay $30 million in royalties to a technology licensing company which accused it of infringing two of its patents.

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