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Samsung fails to have semiconductor patents invalidated


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit yesterday, June 12, handed Samsung a defeat after it refused to invalidate a series of patents covering a stage in the semiconductor manufacturing process.

Crocs loses RCD invalidity appeal before EUIPO

EU, Switzerland13-06-2019

US-based shoemaker Crocs has lost an appeal before the European Intellectual Property Office after it opposed a Czech competitor’s registered community design.

Delhi Court bans 249 companies from broadcasting Cricket World Cup


An Indian court has issued an injunction which will stop 249 entities from broadcasting or streaming any audio or radio coverage of the current ICC Cricket World Cup.

CJEU limits disclaimers on trademarks

EU, Sweden12-06-2019

The Court of Justice of the European Union has today, June 12, ruled that national disclaimers attached to trademark registrations which exclude one element of the mark from an analysis of likelihood of confusion are in breach of EU law.

Ninth Circuit to review ‘Stairway to Heaven’ case


The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has decided to review a copyright infringement case in which rock band Led Zeppelin are accused of stealing elements of their 1971 song “Stairway to Heaven”.

LG opposes Qualcomm’s request to stay injunction


South Korean smartphone maker LG Electronics has opposed Qualcomm’s request for a stay after a US court found Qualcomm had violated antitrust laws.

WIPR Webinar: Best practices for IP harvesting


An effective IP harvesting system requires an organised approach, possible incentives for your IP team and regular engagement with inventors.

Lego sues over ‘Minifigure’ copies


Lego is suing an American manufacturer of child educational materials over figurines which the toymaker says infringe its trademarks and copyright.

Artist seeks cancellation of Frida Kahlo TM


An artist has sued the company which claims to own the trademark rights to Mexican painter Frida Kahlo’s name and image.

SCOTUS decision limits govt’s ability to defend itself in patent suits: lawyers


Following yesterday’s US Supreme Court decision in Return Mail v United States Postal Service, the government is now faced with restricted options to challenge patents, according to lawyers.

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