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Disney ‘Frozen 2’ merch infringes TMs, claims retailer

12-12-2019Saman Javed

A Nevada-based retailer is taking on Disney in a trademark infringement suit over ‘Frozen 2’ merchandise.

SCOTUS’ NantKwest ruling ‘common sense’, say lawyers

12-12-2019Rory O'Neill

Litigants cannot be forced to pay the attorneys’ fees of the US Patent and Trademark Office, the US Supreme Court has ruled.

Toymaker to appeal Lego injunction at Fed Circuit

11-12-2019Rory O'Neill

A Hong Kong-based toy company is fighting back against an injunction obtained by Lego barring the sale of its minifigures in the US.

Apple fears ex-employees accused of IP theft will flee to China

11-12-2019Saman Javed

Apple says it has “deep concerns” that two former employees, who are accused of stealing trade secrets from the iPhone maker, will try to flee the US before their trials if their locations are not monitored, according to Reuters.

Kardashian sues ‘vampire facial’ doctor for misuse of image

11-12-2019Rory O'Neill

Kim Kardashian West is suing the doctor behind the controversial ‘vampire facial’ for misappropriating her name and likeness in promoting his services.

Nike accuses Fleet Feet of trying to 'silence' ad campaign and appeal

11-12-2019Saman Javed

Nike has asked a US court to halt a preliminary injunction against one of its advertising campaigns while it files an appeal.

Disney targets online store over mouse ears silhouette

10-12-2019Saman Javed

Disney has sued a US-based online retailer for selling merchandise which allegedly infringes several of the Mickey Mouse creator’s trademarks and copyrights.

SCOTUS Thryv ruling could undermine inter partes reviews: lawyers

10-12-2019Saman Javed

A long-running dispute over whether a US Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s decision to institute an inter partes review is appealable could undermine the proceeding’s bedrock policies, lawyers told WIPR.

‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ publisher seeks video game takedowns

10-12-2019Rory O'Neill

The founder of indie game website says it has been hit with takedown notices over games described as being in the ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ genre.

Nokia extends olive branch in Daimler SEP dispute

EU, Germany10-12-2019Rory O'Neill

Finnish telecoms company Nokia has suspended its patent infringement litigation against German carmaker Daimler with a view to resolving the standard-essential patent dispute through mediation.

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