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Roku avoids new trial in $41m screen mirroring dispute

United States22-12-2020Muireann Bolger

The digital streaming company will not have to re-litigate MV3's patent infringement suit that had gone in Roku's favour at trial.

Eco-fashion brand Rothy’s wins RCD case at IPEC

EU, United Kingdom21-12-2020Muireann Bolger

Austrian shoe company Giesswein Walkwaren infringed a registered community design held by sustainable fashion brand Rothy’s but did not copy its unregistered community design, in a dispute over Giesswein's “pointy flat” range.

Nokia ordered to pay $2bn to secure Daimler SEP injunction

Germany21-12-2020Patent NewsMuireann Bolger

Nokia must pay €1.67 billion ($2bn) to impose an injunction against Daimler, according to a German appeals court—more than 90 times higher than the amount ($22m) suggested by a lower court earlier this year.

Webinar: How TM lawyers should prepare for Brexit

EU21-12-2020Copyright News

The full impact of Brexit will be felt when, on December 31, 2020, the transitional period of the UK’s departure from the European Union comes to an end—raising questions for IP rights owners and practitioners alike.

Philips accuses companies of infringing SEP patents

18-12-2020Patent News

Koninklijke Philips NV filed a spate of suits against six companies at the District Court for the District of Delaware yesterday, December 17, accusing them of infringing its 3G and 4G wireless standard-essential patents.

AG weighs in on erotic films copyright dispute

18-12-2020Copyright News

An advocate general of the Court of Justice of the European Union yesterday opined in a copyright dispute involving erotic films being shared via peer-to-peer file sharing software BitTorrent.

Philippines Supreme Court launches revised IP rules


The highest court in the Philippines has officially launched the ‘2020 Revised Rules of Procedure for Intellectual Property Rights Cases’ in an effort to improve, facilitate, and expedite the litigation of IP rights.

India lawyers group decries ‘measly’ number of top female judges

India17-12-2020Muireann Bolger

India’s Supreme Court Women Lawyers Association (SCWLA) has urged the chief justice of India to appoint more women judges to the country’s high courts.

Wuhan court upholds Xiaomi anti-suit injunction

China17-12-2020Rory O'Neill

A Wuhan court has upheld an anti-suit injunction granted in favour of Xiaomi against InterDigital, among the first of its kind issued by a Chinese court.

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