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Peloton gets USITC probe into rival's exercise machines

05-04-2022Alex Baldwin

The US International Trade Commission has agreed to investigate iFIT’s exercise bikes, treadmills, ellipticals and rowing machines following a complaint from Peloton.

Nintendo controller lawsuit revived by Fed Circ

04-04-2022Alex Baldwin

Videogame giant Nintendo must once again face claims that its Switch, Wii, and Wii controllers infringe a patent following a US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit's precedential decision to resurrect the case.

Philippines IP office waives fees for women-led patent applications


The Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines has launched incentive programmes in a bid to boost the participation of women inventors and designers in innovation activities.

Ex-GE engineer convicted over trade secret conspiracy


A New York federal jury has convicted a former General Electric engineer over an alleged conspiracy to steal turbine technology trade secrets to benefit China.

Best Lawyers sues Washingtonian over lawyer ranking TMs

01-04-2022Trademarks News

Peer review publication Best Lawyers has accused its competitor Washingtonian Media of infringing trademarks through the publication of a lawyer directory

StockX hits back at ‘baseless’ Nike NFT suit

01-04-2022Trademarks News

Online reselling storefront StockX accused Nike of having a “fundamental misunderstanding” of how non-fungible tokens (NFTs) work, as it fired back at Nike’s trademark lawsuit against it.

Russia allows import of grey goods to ‘satisfy demand’

Russia, Ukraine31-03-2022Alex Baldwin

The Russian government has legalised the import of goods into the country without the permission of IP owners, according to an announcement yesterday.

HP secures victory in decade-long patent suit


An Illinois judge has sided with technology company HP, in a decade-long dispute over the infringement of a data archival patent.

Japan launches guidelines for SEP licensing negotiations


In a bid to provide clear rules on standard-essential patent licensing, the Japanese government has issued guidelines for those engaging in negotiation to follow.

High Court hands Fairfax & Favor ‘Regina’ boot win

UK30-03-2022Alex Baldwin

The England and Wales High Court of Justice has ruled that Scottish department store The House of Bruar infringed designs for a heeled riding boot from English country fashion brand Fairfax & Favor.

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