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SIPO launches PPH pilots with Chile and the Czech Republic

Chile, China, Czech Republic03-01-2018

China’s State Intellectual Property Office has launched pilot patent prosecution highway schemes with Chile and the Czech Republic.

California judge hands down FRAND licence in Ericsson case


A US judge has handed down a fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory licence for standard-essential patents in a high-profile quarrel between telecoms company Ericsson and TCL, a China-based smartphone maker.  

IBM settles patent suit, sues Expedia over same patents


Technology multinational IBM settled a patent dispute with a company that manages travel websites, one day before suing US travel company Expedia over the same four patents.

English court rules on Black & Decker jurisdiction suit


The English High Court handed down a decision in late December concerning jurisdiction and injunctions in a dispute between US manufacturer Black & Decker and a Netherlands-based company.

Indian counterfeiters ordered to compensate Levi Strauss


Levi Strauss secured a win in India in late December, after a Delhi court ordered two defendants to pay the jeans manufacturer damages for counterfeiting.

IP litigators launch Quinn Emanuel office

US02-01-2018Movers & Shakers

Three partners from Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan have opened a new office for the firm in Boston.

‘Inside Out’ copyright case rumbles on with opposition against Disney


A child development expert has opposed an attempt by Disney and Pixar to have a court dismiss a copyright case that she filed against the companies.

Federal Circuit hands down mixed Nintendo ruling


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit handed a partial win to Nintendo last week, in the game maker’s dispute with technology company iLife Technologies.  

TM applicant answers questions from Beyoncé and Topshop


A trademark applicant has responded to questions asked by Beyoncé and retailer Topshop in a clash over the trademark ‘Poison Ivy Park’.

Hoyng Rokh Monegier makes three promotions

Germany, Spain22-12-2017

IP boutique firm Hoyng Rokh Monegier has promoted three senior associates to counsel.

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