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Qualcomm seeks to ban iPhone sales in China


Qualcomm has expanded its legal dispute with Apple by filing patent infringement lawsuits in China that seek to ban iPhone sales in the country.

AIPPI 2017: Business as usual for trade secrets litigation, claims Australian judge


There has not been an uptick in the number of trade secrets cases filed in Australia, despite growing awareness of the form of protection, according to Justice David Yates of the Federal Court of Australia.

AIPPI 2017: Panel hears about ‘fishy’ pay-for-delay cases

Australia, EU, International16-10-2017

"We didn’t do these cases because we’re against IP rights, but what we saw is, if you pay very substantial amounts of money to people in order for them not to go onto the market, it’s a bit fishy.”

Škoda enjoined from selling its ‘Monte Carlo’ car in India


Czech car manufacturer Škoda has been restrained from using the ‘Monte Carlo’ name in India following a trademark infringement case brought by a Monaco-based fashion company.

Patent lawsuits flock from Texas to Delaware after TC Heartland


More patent cases were filed in Delaware than in Eastern Texas in the third quarter of 2017, with the US Supreme Court’s TC Heartland ruling appearing to take its toll on the traditionally popular jurisdiction.

Dunkin’ Donuts takes action against former Florida licensee


Donut company and coffee house Dunkin’ Donuts has taken action against a former Florida-based licensee that has continued operating three stores despite its licence being revoked.

Coachella wins preliminary injunction against film festival


The organisers of the Coachella music festival have obtained a preliminary injunction against a Californian resident running a film festival called ‘Filmchella’, despite it already taking place.

Senior court rulings from this week and why they matter


This week WIPR reported on several important senior court rulings, including three from the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). Below we outline why they are important for lawyers.

BlackBerry to receive ‘ongoing payments’ after Blu settlement


Phone manufacturer BlackBerry has entered into a patent licence agreement with low-cost Android phone maker Blu, ending over a year of litigation between the two.

Federal Circuit backs and reverses PTAB on same day


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit issued two precedential decisions yesterday, October 11, overturning one and affirming one of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s earlier rulings.

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