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SUEPO offers olive branch to EPO management


A staff union at the European Patent Office has written to António Campinos, the next president of the organisation, saying his appointment shows a desire to re-establish harmonious conditions with management.

iLife wants Nintendo Wii patent damages increased by $15m


iLife Technologies has asked a US district court to award an extra $15 million in interest to the $10 million it won against Nintendo of America for patent infringement.

Microsoft continues battle in courts over pirated software


Microsoft has sued a Delaware-based computer software company for allegedly pirating its software and distributing it without permission.

Maiwald expands IP advisory practice with new partner


German law firm Maiwald has announced that Axel Neidlein has joined the firm’s Dusseldorf office as a partner.

Federal Circuit sticks to Alice in Chicago transport row


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has followed the Supreme Court’s landmark Alice v CLS Bank judgment to affirm a lower court ruling that had invalidated four patents allegedly infringed by Chicago’s transport authority.

Germany’s Supreme Court cancels decisions that blocked 3D chocolate marks

EU, Germany19-10-2017

The German Federal Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof) has annulled two decisions by the Federal Patent Court (Bundespatentgericht) that had blocked 3D trademarks for chocolate packaging.

Clashes break out over IoT FRAND proposal


A bitter row over the licensing of standard-essential patents in the internet of things is continuing ahead of expected guidance from the European Commission.

Federal Circuit affirms USITC ban on Arista network switches


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has upheld a decision by the US International Trade Commission which banned technology company Arista from importing products using three patents relating to network devices.

EFF wants ‘illegal’ EU copyright reform deleted


The Electronic Frontier Foundation and 56 other civil society groups have demanded the deletion of an EU copyright reform because they say it would require illegal practices.

AIPPI 2017: Ericsson counsel praises Birss FRAND ruling

Brazil, UK, US18-10-2017

A counsel at Ericsson has lauded a court ruling on fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) licensing as one of the most important ever.

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