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Sharp and Daimler reach SEP licence deal

Germany, Japan07-10-2020Sarah Morgan

Japan-based Sharp has signed a standard-essential patent licensing agreement with Daimler, one month after securing a patent victory against the automotive company in Germany.

European GCs unveil charter to promote broader D&I metrics

EU06-10-2020Muireann Bolger

A group of Europe’s most influential general counsels has called on the legal sector to implement improved and updated measurements to monitor the progress made on racial and sexual orientation diversity in firms.

Cisco to pay $1.9bn in Centripetal patent suit

06-10-2020Sarah Morgan

A US judge has ordered technology company Cisco Systems to pay $1.9 billion in damages for wilfully infringing four patents owned by Virginia-based Centripetal Networks. 

SCOTUS denies ‘Stairway to Heaven’ appeal

06-10-2020Sarah Morgan

Led Zeppelin has overcome the final hurdle in its “Stairway to Heaven” dispute with the estate of Randy Wolfe, the late singer of the band Spirit.

TTAB sides with Barclays over ‘Lehman Brothers’ whiskey

05-10-2020Sarah Morgan

The US Trademark Trial and Appeal Board has refused to allow UK company Tiger Lily Ventures register ‘Lehman Brothers’ as a trademark for whiskey, following opposition from Barclays.

Yoko Ono accuses John Lennon’s aide of copyright infringement

05-10-2020Sarah Morgan

Yoko Ono has accused a former aide of her late husband John Lennon of breaking a 20-year-old court order preventing him from profiting off the family.

Five minutes with…Mike Fuller, managing partner at Knobbe Martens

International05-10-2020Muireann Bolger

Ahead of his participation in an LSPN Connect session, Trade Secrets: An Alternative for Life Sciences IP? on Thursday, October 8, Mike Fuller, managing partner at Knobbe Martens, shares some insights about the challenges facing life sciences IP and why innovations are ripe for trade secret protection.

Five minutes with...Ryan Abbott, lead of the Artificial Inventor Project

International02-10-2020Muireann Bolger

The author of “The Reasonable Robot: Artificial Intelligence and the Law” and professor of law and health science at the University of Surrey, Ryan Abbott, on this month’s “Dabus” ruling at the English High Court, and how the legal framework constrains artificial intelligence.

UKIPO rules on trademark spat between rival Amazon sellers

UK02-10-2020Muireann Bolger

The UK Intellectual Property Office has invalidated a registered trademark, following a dispute between rival electronic companies which operate online businesses on Amazon, in a decision handed down on September 29.

Ocado sued for infringing robot technology patents

International02-10-2020Muireann Bolger

Online supermarket Ocado has been accused of infringing technology patents with its Ocado Smart Platform, which the £20bn company uses to market to food retailers around the world.

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