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Five minutes with...Ypsita Demunshi

International04-11-2020Muireann Bolger

Ahead of her participation in an LSPN Connect session, In-house attorneys share day-to- day challenges and explore solutions on Thursday, November 5, Ypsita Demunshi, patent agent at Pendulum Therapeutics, shares insights on the issues facing patent practitioners amid COVID-19.

Nirvana should lose smiley face TM, claims Marc Jacobs

04-11-2020Muireann Bolger

Fashion designer Marc Jacobs has claimed that the company representing grunge band Nirvana should lose its “smiley face” trademark and also face sanctions for discovery infractions.

Conversant and RPX agree licensing deal on ex-Nokia patents

04-11-2020Sarah Morgan

Standard-essential patent owner Conversant Wireless has reached an agreement with RPX Corporation, that will give some RPX members a licence to patents formerly owned by Nokia.

Cyprus referred to CJEU over trade secrets

Cyprus, EU04-11-2020Sarah Morgan

The European Commission has referred Cyprus to the EU’s highest court for not transposing the trade secrets directive.

Cisco seeks new trial after $1.9bn patent loss to Centripetal

03-11-2020Muireann Bolger

Cisco has demanded a new trial, after a US judge ordered the technology company to pay $1.9 billion in damages, in addition to royalties, for infringing four patents owned by Centripetal Networks.

Ocado facing USITC probe over robot-operated warehouses

Norway, UK03-11-2020Rory O'Neill

British online supermarket Ocado is under investigation for patent infringement in the US, following a complaint from a Norwegian robotics company.

AIPLA names Knobbe Martens partner as president

03-11-2020Movers & ShakersSarah Morgan

The American Intellectual Property Law Association has elected Joseph Re, a partner at Knobbe Martens, as its 2020-21 president.

German court lifts Lenovo injunction in Nokia dispute

Germany03-11-2020Sarah Morgan

A German appeals court has lifted the enforcement of an injunction secured by Nokia against Lenovo in a standard-essential patent suit.

IPH appoints ex-Uber Eats exec as Griffith Hack head

Australia02-11-2020Movers & ShakersSarah Morgan

Asia-Pacific IP services provider IPH has appointed Aaron LePoidevin as managing director of IP firm Griffith Hack.

Disabled lawyers benefit from home working shift

UK02-11-2020Sarah Morgan

The majority of disabled lawyers in a study by the Law Society of England and Wales have welcomed home-working in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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