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Toyota, Subaru and Blackberry targeted in software patent suit

21-12-2021Alex Baldwin

Toyota, Subaru and Blackberry have developed automotive technology that infringes a patent for automatically updating system software, a new lawsuit claims.

Malaysia introduces 20-year jail sentence for online pirates

Malaysia21-12-2021Alex Baldwin

Malaysia has passed amendments to its Copyright Act that outlines harsher punishments for illegal streaming pirates.

Apple decries Ericsson’s ‘coercive’ SEP negotiation

20-12-2021Alex Baldwin

Apple has sued Ericsson in a Texas Federal court, claiming that the telecom giant used “strong-arm tactics” to impede Apple ahead of negotiations to renew standard-essential patent licencing deals.

Disney can’t throw ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ suit

20-12-2021Alex Baldwin

A California judge has denied Disney summary judgment in a copyright infringement case brought by former employees claiming that the media giant stole their “Pirates of the Caribbean” script.

InterDigital loses SEP injunction bid against Lenovo

UK17-12-2021Alex Baldwin

The English High Court has dismissed a bid from InterDigital to issue an injunction against computer giant Lenovo for infringing its 4G standard-essential patent.

M&S sues Aldi over copied Christmas gin

UK17-12-2021Alex Baldwin

Mark & Spencer is suing Europe’s largest supermarket chain Aldi for the second time this year, this time claiming that it copied the design of its light-up Christmas gin bottles.

Watch: WIPR’s D&I virtual conference

International, UK16-12-2021Muireann Bolger

“Diversity matters because it is about fairness. Everybody should be treated equally, everybody should have an equal chance. It’s also good for business.”

Alliances rally against £1.9bn Cisco appeal

16-12-2021Alex Baldwin

Two alliances representing the US’ largest patent litigators and inventors have thrown their support behind cyber security startup Centripetal Networks, following the company’s $1.9 billion infringement win against Cisco Systems.

Mental health: why can being a lawyer lead to burnout?

International16-12-2021Muireann Bolger

Safeguarding our mental health and wellbeing is essential, particularly in the wake of the unpredictable climate and widespread anxiety stoked by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Coachella sues Live Nation for selling tickets for rival festival

15-12-2021Muireann Bolger

The company behind the world-famous Coachella Valley Music and Artist Festival, Goldenvoice, is suing entertainment company, Live Nation, for trademark infringement.

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