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Fed Circuit reverses PTAB decision in parking dispute


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit handed a partial victory to US company Duncan Parking Technologies last week, reversing a decision of the US Patent Trial and Appeal Board.

MIT accuses Ford of wilful patent infringement


Ford Motor Company has been named in a patent suit for allegedly infringing technology owned by Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Report reveals rates of social media TM infringement

France, Germany, Italy, UK, US01-02-2019

Almost half of UK professionals surveyed by CompuMark, a division of analytics company Clarivate Analytics, said they had litigated trademark infringement cases relating to social media names in 2018.

Spotify accused of infringing Yahoo software patents


Spotify is facing a patent infringement suit from IP licensing company Excalibur, which claims that the streaming service’s “digital fingerprint” software infringes patents owned by Yahoo.

Netflix’s ‘Wild Wild Country’ named in copyright infringement suit


Netflix’s award-winning documentary series “Wild Wild Country” has been named in a copyright infringement suit for “appropriating” the teachings of Osho, a late Indian philosopher.

Jay-Z succeeds in bid for more diverse trademark arbitration panel


Jay-Z has been handed victory in his bid to have a more diverse arbitration panel that is hearing his trademark dispute with clothing brand Iconix.

Seafood company has not identified stolen trade secrets, competitor says


A seafood supplier has not identified the trade secrets that it accused one of its competitors of stealing, according to newly-filed court documents, Seafood Source has reported.

English court rejects ZTE and Huawei calls to relocate FRAND case


The English Court of Appeal has rejected an appeal from Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE in their bid to have a standard-essential patent infringement case thrown out on grounds of lack of jurisdiction.

Apple employee accused of stealing self-driving car trade secrets

China, US31-01-2019

The FBI has accused an Apple employee of attempting to steal trade secrets related to the company’s self-driving car project.

US court decides roof repair patent dispute


A US district court has ruled in favour of an aerial imagery provider, Eagle View Technologies, after a competitor sought to invalidate its patents for lacking an inventive concept.

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