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Patenting AI: the IP office perspective

21-04-2021Alex Baldwin

As the number of AI patent applications grow worldwide, IP offices have the difficult task of granting or refusing protection.

Dehns merges with Germany’s KGP

Germany21-04-2021Movers & ShakersAlex Baldwin

Dehns has merged with German patent and trademark firm Kudlek Grunert & Partner.

TriZetto's $570M punitive damages win ruled ‘excessive’

21-04-2021Muireann Bolger

Tech company Syntel was hit with “excessive punitive damages” when a New York jury delivered a $855 million verdict in favour of TriZetto, a US judge has found.

Apple leans on The Beatles to win TM case

20-04-2021Alex Baldwin

Apple has won a case brought before the US trademark trial and appeal board, which sought to block the company from registering the ‘Apple Music’ trademark.

Juniper, Nokia lose PTAB bid to review ‘hat-trick’ patent

20-04-2021Muireann Bolger

Juniper Networks and Nokia failed to convince a US Patent and Trademark Office tribunal to review a patent belonging to Core Optical Technologies (Core), marking the third occasion that it has avoided scrutiny.

Fed Circ overturns Raytheon engine patent decision

19-04-2021Alex Baldwin

Raytheon has convinced the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit that its aircraft engine patent was wrongly invalidated by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.

Nintendo wins ban on pirate Switch devices

19-04-2021Rory O'Neill

Nintendo has secured an injunction against a Vietnamese Amazon seller whose devices allow users to play pirated video games on the Switch console.

Super League files EUTM application for new logo

EU19-04-2021Rory O'Neill

The newly announced European Super League has filed an EU trademark application for the name and logo of the breakaway football tournament.

CJEU clarifies ‘legitimate interest’ in gherkin case

EU16-04-2021Alex Baldwin

The Court of Justice at the European Union has given its view on what constitutes ‘legitimate interest’ in a protected geographical indication modification dispute over German gherkins.

M&S wants Aldi caterpillar cake withdrawn

16-04-2021Rory O'Neill

Marks & Spencer is suing German supermarket chain Aldi at the UK High Court over a cake which it says infringes its ‘Colin the Caterpillar’ brand.

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