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SCOTUS: Patent owners can recover lost profits for overseas infringement


The US Supreme Court today ruled that patent owners can recover profits lost outside the US as a result of infringement in WesternGeco v Ion Geophysical.

TPN Europe 2018: ‘We practise what we invent’, says IBM


When faced with the allegation that IBM is the “world’s largest patent troll”, William LaFontaine, general manager of IP at the company, was keen to defend its record, claiming that “we practise what we invent”.

Director targets Disney’s ‘Inside Out’ in copyright suit


A film director has filed a copyright lawsuit against entertainment companies Disney and Pixar after he noticed “striking similarities” between a short film he created at college and their 2015 animation film “Inside Out”.

TPN Europe 2018: The highs and lows of blockchain IP


The collaborative nature of blockchain presents challenges from an IP perspective, according to Kevin Fournier, IP counsel at IBM, who yesterday gave tips on drafting patents in this area.

TPN Europe 2018: When social media upends patent applications


A patent attorney at chemicals and sustainable technologies company Johnson Matthey has told an industry conference how “social media is one of my pet hates”.

IMPI updates IP law to protect non-traditional TMs

Mexico22-06-2018Trademarks News

The Mexican Institute of Industrial Property has updated its IP law to allow for the protection of some non-traditional marks.

Apple pursues another avenue in Qualcomm clash


Apple has waged another battle in its patent war with semiconductor company Qualcomm by filing a series of inter partes reviews at the US Patent Trial and Appeal Board this week.

Warner Bros sued over ‘Westworld’ game


Video game publisher Bethesda took Warner Bros to court yesterday over a “blatant rip-off” of “Fallout”, one of Bethesda’s games.

Amazon sued for patent infringement over Alexa calling service

21-06-2018Patent News

Technology and communications company VoIP-Pal has taken Amazon to court, claiming that Amazon’s virtual aide Alexa infringes its patents.

TPN Europe 2018: Volvo Cars discusses protecting IoT data with IP


Car manufacturers will need to become more familiar with protecting digital products with IP amid the emergence of “fast and vast” data generated from the internet of things, a Volvo Cars counsel has said.

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