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Palo Alto petitions Fed Circ over USPTO IPR audits

20-04-2022Alex Baldwin

Cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks has said that the US Patent and Trademark Office’s refusal to consider its bid for director review raises “serious constitutional concerns”.

Amazon faces lawsuit over Michael Jordan dunk photo

20-04-2022Muireann Bolger

Amazon has been hit with a copyright infringement lawsuit alleging that the online retailer did not comply with Digital Millennium Copyright Act takedown notices concerning a photo of basketball player Michael Jordan.

Ukrainian refugees exploited in $20m counterfeit operation

Ukraine19-04-2022Muireann Bolger

Ukrainian refugees have been ensnared in a counterfeit cigarette plant outside Rome, according to reports by the Italian police.

Apple gets greenlight to pursue Wi-Fi case in California

19-04-2022Muireann Bolger

Apple has succeeded in persuading the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit that it should be able to fend off claims relating to Wi-Fi messaging patents in a California court.

Vidal officially takes lead at USPTO

14-04-2022Alex Baldwin

Kathi Vidal has officially taken the role of director of the US Patent and Trademark Office.

Dash tech used by Tesla, Ford does not infringe patent

14-04-2022Alex Baldwin

A Delaware jury has ruled that an automobile tech supplier Aptiv’s aftermarket USB hub does not infringe on a patent owned by Microchip Technology.

EU proposes crafts GI for Murano glass, Donegal tweed

EU14-04-2022

A newly proposed framework from the European Commission seeks to protect products such as Murano glass, Donegal tweed, and Porcelaine de Limoges, through a geographical indication system.

Tokyo court dismisses Louboutin ‘red sole’ suit

Tokyo13-04-2022Alex Baldwin

Christian Louboutin failed to convince a Tokyo court that a Japanese shoe company infringed its distinctive trademarked red sole.

Australia reverses DABUS AI inventorship ruling

Australia13-04-2022Alex Baldwin

The Federal Court of Australia has overturned its prior ruling that artificial intelligence (AI) can be a named inventor on a patent application, striking down the last year’s surprising win for Stephen Thaler and his ongoing AI inventorship campaign.

Sisvel signs SEP licence agreement with Vivo

China12-04-2022Alex Baldwin

Patent pool operator Sisvel has signed a deal with Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo to license a portfolio of more than 1,800 patents deemed essential to the 2G, 3G, and 4G standard.

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