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Canadian patent licensing company Wi-LAN Inc has dismissed all its pending patent litigation with BlackBerry.
The Obama administration has declined to overturn an import ban on various Samsung products deemed to infringe two of Apple’s patents.
A trademark row has started over one of global coffee chain Starbucks’ new treats - a doughnut-muffin hybrid named the ‘duffin’.
The European Parliament has rejected proposals to introduce plain packaging on cigarettes.
A US judge has become only the second to calculate a royalty rate for licensing standard-essential patents on reasonable and non-discriminatory terms.
Barnes & Thornburg LLP has hired Chad Stover as partner in the firm’s Wilmington, Delaware office.
A small café in the German city of Bonn has fought off a challenge from multi-national technology company Apple, over the use of a fruity trademark.
A UK university has filed some potentially unfortunate trademark applications in an attempt to make its website easier to find.
Lawyers have expressed concerns that the US government shutdown, which began on October 1, may cause significant delays at the International Trade Commission
Google received the highest ever number of weekly requests to remove links to pirated content in the final week of September 2013.
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