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Jury awards USAA $102m in second Wells Fargo dispute

13-01-2020Sarah Morgan

In the second win for financial services company United Services Automobile Association, a jury in East Texas has awarded it $102.8 million in damages after finding Wells Fargo wilfully infringed its patents.

EPO 'confident' of 2020 UPC resolution

EU, Germany13-01-2020Rory O'Neill

The European Patent Office has said it is hopeful that the Unified Patent Court agreement will be ratified by the end of the year, amid ongoing uncertainty over a German constitutional challenge and Brexit.

USITC to investigate Fitbit after Philips complaint

13-01-2020Sarah Morgan

The US International Trade Commission said late last week that it would investigate wearable monitoring devices made by Fitbit and Garmin, following a complaint from Philips.

Sideman & Bancroft launches European arm

13-01-2020Sarah Morgan

San Francisco-based Sideman & Bancroft has launched Sideman & Bancroft Europe, with the opening of an office in Paris, France.

AI-written articles are copyright-protected, rules Chinese court

China10-01-2020Rory O'Neill

A Chinese court has ruled that AI-generated works are entitled to copyright protection, in a win for tech giant Tencent.

SCOTUS preview: justices consider profits awards for TM infringement

10-01-2020Rory O'Neill

The US Supreme Court is set to hear arguments next week in a key dispute that is likely to have ramifications for what remedies courts can apply for trademark infringement.

Lab-grown diamond patents at centre of Carnegie Institution suit

10-01-2020Sarah Morgan

The technology behind lab-grown diamonds is at the heart of three lawsuits filed by the Carnegie Institution of Washington, an organisation established to fund and perform scientific research.

King & Spalding entices top trial lawyer back to Texas

10-01-2020Movers & ShakersTom Phillips

King & Spalding has appointed Steven Zager as a partner in its Austin office.

China tops EU list of IP’s ‘problem’ countries

China, EU10-01-2020Sarah Morgan

The “scale and persistence” of IP right problems in China, including forced technology transfer and bad faith trademark registrations, have kept the country at the top of the EU’s list of priority countries.

Conversant welcomes latest Huawei/ZTE SEP ruling

09-01-2020Rory O'Neil

Conversant Wireless Holdings has claimed victory in its latest patent battle with Chinese telecoms companies Huawei and ZTE.

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