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UKIPO affirms end of temporary fee cuts

UK04-03-2021Alex Baldwin

The UK Intellectual Property Office has affirmed that it will be ending its temporary fees period on March 31, introduced to support customers through the pandemic.

Samsung wins app store patent appeal

04-03-2021Alex Baldwin

Samsung secured a win in the Federal Circuit court of appeals on Tuesday, March 2, which overturned a lower-court ruling that upheld a computer hardware company’s app store patent.

Canada media group tries to block sale of ‘pirate’ set-top boxes

Canada04-03-2021Muireann Bolger

Canadian media company Allarco Entertainment has requested an injunction preventing retailers including Best Buy and Staples from selling “pirate’ set-top boxes in their stores.

Latham strengthens patent litigation team with Finnegan hire

04-03-2021Movers & Shakers

Susan Tull brings trial and appellate experience to the firm’s Washington, DC, office.

AI security commission lambasts US over ‘failure’ to protect IP

China03-03-2021Alex Baldwin

The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI) has criticised the US government for failing to recognise IP policy as a national priority and lagging behind China in protecting key technologies.

Global patent filings grow despite COVID-19

China03-03-2021Alex Baldwin

International patent applications increased in 2020, reaching a record 275,900 filings per year, despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Intel owes record $2.2bn patent damages says jury verdict

03-03-2021Muireann Bolger

Intel has been hit with a $2.18 billion damages verdict after a federal jury in Texas ruled that the chipmaker had infringed two patents owned by VLSI Technology.

Supreme Court hears first arguments in Arthrex

02-03-2021Alex Baldwin

The US Supreme Court heard the first arguments for The United States v Arthrex on Monday, in a case that could shape the future of patent litigation in the US.

Big Law backs #10000BlackInterns initiative

UK02-03-2021Muireann Bolger

Leading legal organisations have rallied behind the national #10000BlackInterns initiative, a programme providing 10,000 paid internships to black graduates in the UK that will launch this summer.

Pepsi’s Gatorlyte launch halted over trademark dispute

02-03-2021Muireann Bolger

Pepsi has been blocked from rolling out its new Gatorlyte product, after a federal court in Texas found that Mexico-based Laboratorios Pisa had good grounds for proving the beverages company infringed its trademarks.

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