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Intellectual Ventures sues Toyota over car wireless tech


Toyota has found its wireless and connected vehicle gadgets at the centre of a patent infringement lawsuit filed by Intellectual Ventures.

EU and US lead in plastic recycling tech: report

UK19-10-2021Alex Baldwin

A new study from the European Patent Office shows that Europe and the US are leading the pack in plastic recycling technologies, with both regions each generating 30% of international patent families worldwide.

Motorola attorneys secure $34m fees in win against Hytera

19-10-2021Muireann Bolger

Attorneys representing Motorola have secured $34.2 million in fees as part of the tech company in a multi million dollar victory over Hytera in a dispute over radio IP.

Avery Dennison hit with $62m patent infringement verdict

18-10-2021Muireann Bolger

Multinational manufacturer Avery Dennison will have to pay more than $62 million to a rival company for infringing a patent, which includes $20 million in sanctions.

TTAB approves ‘Republic of London’ TM

18-10-2021Alex Baldwin

The US Trademark Trial and Appeal Board has decided that the phrase “Republic of London” can be registered as a trademark, claiming that the place does not exist, therefore can be marked.

Fed Circ upholds ‘exceptional’ awards ruling

15-10-2021Alex Baldwin

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has upheld a North Dakota judge’s decision awarding $5 million in attorney’s fees to Marathon Oil and other companies in a long-running fracking patent suit.

US Copyright Office considers ancillary protection for news


The US Copyright Office is seeking submissions on the topic of whether ancillary copyright protections are warranted in the US, in light of the new copyright laws in both the EU and Australia.

P&G asks court to dismiss Febreze jingle suit

14-10-2021Alex Baldwin

Consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble has asked a New York court to dismiss a lawsuit, claiming that its Febreze advert jingle is too generic to infringe on a copyrighted song.

Fed Circ sends Mobility case to USPTO director, but spurns bias claims

14-10-2021Muireann Bolger

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has remanded a dispute over patented wireless tech to the US Patent and Trademark Office for director review in light of the Supreme Court’s decision in Arthrex.

Nokia, Sprint, and Verizon beat network patent suits

13-10-2021Patent NewsAlex Baldwin

Telecom giants Nokia, Sprint, and Verizon have been cleared of patent infringement allegations from Traxcell Technologies, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled yesterday.

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