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MPHJ sues FTC over patent lawsuit “threats”


MPHJ, a non-practising entity, has sued the US Federal Trade Commission for allegedly threatening to “impede” the company from enforcing its patents.

Limelight case to be heard at US Supreme Court


On January 10, the US Supreme Court agreed to hear a case between Limelight Networks and Akamai Technologies that relates to a patent covering a method of delivering content on a webpage.

Two IP attorneys in Honigman promotions

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Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP has promoted eight new partners, two of whom are IP attorneys.

UK launches consultation on orphan works


The UK government has launched a consultation into proposals for the licensing of orphan works.

UN launches anti-counterfeiting drive


A United Nations office has launched a new campaign aimed at raising awareness of the dangers of counterfeit goods and their links to crime.

Commission probes cross-border pay-TV deals


The European Commission has begun investigating pay-TV licensing agreements between US film studios and European broadcasters.

US Supreme Court puts an end to three patent cases


The US Supreme Court has refused to hear the Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association’s case against Monsanto, along with two other patent cases as revealed in a document released on January 13.

US Supreme Court agrees to hear Nautilus heart monitor case


On January 10, the US Supreme Court agreed to decide on so-called ambiguous patent claims in Nautilus v Biosig Instruments.

US Supreme Court to rule on Aereo


The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case that should decide the legality of Aereo, a controversial Internet TV streaming site.

Motorola loses appeal over Apple infringement


An appeals court has upheld a ruling from the US International Trade Commission clearing Apple of infringing a patent belonging to Motorola Mobility.

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