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A group of student athletes has been granted class certification in its antitrust and rights of publicity battle with the US National Collegiate Athletic Association.
Apple will return to court with fresh hope of winning a permanent US injunction against Samsung smartphones and tablets following an appeals ruling on Monday.
A trademark application related to blockbuster film Avatar has been rejected by an appeals board at the US Patent and Trademark Office.
The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has confirmed that Motorola Mobility cannot patent two claims directed to data communications.
The increase in generic top-level-domains is likely to result in a decline in brand participation on social media platforms, new research has suggested.
The England & Wales Court of Appeal has dismissed Hong Kong media company Starbucks’ claims of trademark infringement and passing off against rival BSkyB.
Jamal Edwards has joined Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP as a partner in the firm’s IP litigation practice.
The US Patent and Trademark Office has given its first decision under a new procedure, ruling that patent claims asserted against technology company Garmin International should be declared invalid.
Kevin Mooney, chairman of the drafting committee for the Unified Patent Court (UPC)’s rules of procedure, explained the current state of play to the CIPA Life Sciences conference.
A US patent holder, which attempted to ban a company from discussing an impending lawsuit with the media, has had its request for a gagging order rejected.
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