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Nominet responds to Cartier lawsuit

UK23-01-2014

Domain name registry Nominet has filed a response to a lawsuit instigated by luxury watch maker Cartier over allegedly bogus Internet sites.

CPA Global in Patrafee takeover

International22-01-2014

IP management organisation CPA Global has announced it has taken over Nordic service provider Patrafee.

Google faces $125 million damages in Texas court

US22-01-2014

A US court has found that features of Google’s Android system infringe a patent owned by SimpleAir, which is seeking $125 million in damages.

Cable companies target Rockstar over FRAND obligations

US22-01-2014

Rockstar Consortium, the PAE backed by companies including Apple and Microsoft, has been hit by another patent lawsuit, this time launched by a group of cable companies.

Samsung deemed to have infringed Apple patent

US22-01-2014

Samsung has been dealt a double blow ahead of its latest battle with Apple after a US court said it had infringed one patent belonging to its rival and ruled one of its own patents invalid.

US Supreme Court reverses Medtronic ruling

22-01-2014

The US Supreme Court has ruled that when licensees seek a declaratory judgement of non-infringement, the patentee bears the burden of proof to show infringement.

Federal Circuit rules against USPTO on Patent Term Adjustment case

US21-01-2014

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has upheld a ruling which found that the US Patent and Trademark Office had been incorrectly calculating Patent Term Adjustment lengths.

Duke and Duchess take measures to protect IP

UK21-01-2014

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, members of the British of the royal family, have set up separate companies to protect their brands.

Norway makes copyright protected books available for free

Norway21-01-2014

The National Library of Norway has made more than 100,000 of its books still protected by copyright available online for free.

Marvell fails to slice damages in Carnegie case

US21-01-2014

Chip maker Marvell Technology has failed to persuade a US judge to reduce the $1.17 billion fine it must pay a university for patent infringement.

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