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Volvo’s IP officer leaves to head Harness Dickey

International16-08-2021Movers & ShakersAlex Baldwin

Law firm Harness Dickey has appointed former Volvo IP officer Ray Millien as its new chief executive officer.

Apple to pay $300m after patent damages retrial

16-08-2021Alex Baldwin

A Texas jury has awarded Optis Wireless Technology and several of its subsidiaries $300 million in damages, after the companies won a second patent infringement trial against Apple.

Fed Circ overturns PTAB seismometer patent ruling

13-08-2021Alex Baldwin

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has vacated a Patent Trial and Appeal Board decision upholding the validity of a seismometer patent owned by Magseis Fairfield.

EUIPO announces free search engine for Andean TMs

EU13-08-2021Alex Baldwin

The European Union Intellectual Property Office has launched CAN TMview, a free trademark search engine for the Andean countries.

Nickelback should face ‘Rockstar’ copying claims, says judge

13-08-2021Rory O'Neill

Nickelback should face claims they copied elements of another musician’s work for their 2005 hit “Rockstar”, a Texas magistrate judge has advised.

NY judge recommends Phillies keep using modified mascot

12-08-2021Alex Baldwin

The Philadelphia Phillies should be able to continue using a modified version of their Phillie Phanatic mascot despite being embroiled in a copyright lawsuit with its creators, according to the recommendation of a New York judge.

Allen & Overy opens two tech offices in NorCal

12-08-2021Movers & ShakersAlex Baldwin

Allen & Overy has expanded into California with two new offices in Silicon Valley and San Francisco.

UK grants first independent GI to Welsh salt marsh lamb

UK12-08-2021Alex Baldwin

Gower Salt Marsh Lamb has become the first food to receive the UK’s own geographical indication protection.

Dr Seuss, ‘Star Trek’ mashup suit will go to jury trial

11-08-2021Alex Baldwin

Dr Seuss Enterprises has been denied a summary judgment in a copyright suit related to the comic book “Oh, The Places You’ll Boldly Go!”

Judge Albright denies Intel re-trial of $2.2bn patent ruling

11-08-2021Alex Baldwin

West Texas district court judge Alan Albright has denied Intel’s motion for a new trial after the court hit the chipmaker with a $2.2bn damages verdict for infringing two processor patents.

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