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Jury tells Verisk to pay $125m for infringing EagleView patents

27-09-2019Sarah Morgan

Data analytics and risk assessment firm Verisk Analytics needs to pay $125 million for infringing aerial-imaging patents owned by competitor EagleView Technologies, a US jury has decided.

Preacher’s arrest leads to seizure of counterfeit Cartier jewellery

26-09-2019Rory O'Neill

US customs officers in Kentucky have seized counterfeit jewellery imitating $90 million of genuine products.

Federal Circuit reverses ‘capricious’ PTAB ruling

26-09-2019Rory O'Neill

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has handed a victory to US wireless communication technology company SIPCO after it ruled that the US Patent and Trademark Office had reached an “arbitrary and capricious” ruling on the company’s patent.

Less than a quarter of businesses prepare for litigation, says study

26-09-2019Rory O'Neill

Almost two thirds of large companies have been involved in IP litigation at some point, yet less than a quarter have created a formal IP strategy, a new survey said yesterday.

IP intensive industries contribute €6.6tn to EU’s GDP

EU26-09-2019Sarah Morgan

Industries that make above-average use of IP rights contribute more than €6.6 trillion to the EU’s gross domestic product and account for more than 63 million jobs in the union.

Google wins right to be forgotten case at CJEU

EU, France25-09-2019Rory O'Neill

Google has won a major victory at the Court of Justice of the European Union, after Europe’s top court ruled that the so-called “right to be forgotten” does not extend to search results on non-EU versions of Google.

Hyundai and Aptiv combine IP in new self-driving car project

South Korea25-09-2019Rory O'Neill

South Korean carmaker Hyundai will combine its financial and technological resources with a Dublin-headquartered company’s IP in a bid to establish itself in the self-driving car market.

Influential Women in IP: working in the major league and PTAB fairness

25-09-2019Sarah Morgan

There have always been talented women, but the decisions they’ve had to make in the past at law firms have meant that sometimes they leave the standard partnership track, never to return.

UK brewer drops ‘Good Call’ brand after Heineken pressure

25-09-2019Rory O'Neill

A Manchester-based brewery is rebranding its alcohol-free soda after what it calls “heavy handed tactics” from Heineken, which said the “Good Call” brand infringed a marketing slogan it had used in the past.

Hamilton producers in copyright battle over ill-fated exhibition

25-09-2019Rory O'Neill

The producers of a “Hamilton”-themed exhibition, based on the life of the titular US president, are embroiled in a copyright battle with a production company which was sacked from the project due to rising costs.

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