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German court backs Brüstle in embryo patent case


The German Federal Court has ruled on the patentability of stem cells obtained from human embryos, allowing Professor Oliver Brüstle to protect his disputed invention in a revised form.

TVShack creator pays fine to avoid US extradition


British student Richard O’Dwyer has avoided extradition to the US, where he faced charges of copyright infringement.

US ISPs reveal anti-piracy policies


Two US Internet service providers that have joined three other firms in a piracy crackdown have revealed their plans for punishing illegal downloaders.

New gTLD applicants face Californian lottery


New generic top-level domain (gTLD) applicants will buy a form of raffle ticket to determine how fast their applications are processed, according to draft plans published in October.

LG Display sues Samsung over OLED patents

South Korea01-12-2012

South Korean electronics firm LG Display has sued domestic rival Samsung, accusing it of breaching seven of its patents covering organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), technologies that power flat screen televisions.

New gTLD applicants ponder private auctions


Applicants for contested new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) are considering using private auctions to determine who wins the rights to a disputed string.

Authors beaten in online library dispute


Five US universities can continue digitising copyrighted works in the HathiTrust online library, after a district judge ruled that the project is protected by the fair use defence.

Trademark owners propose new gTLD protection measures


Increasing the scope of the Trademark Clearinghouse is one of five rough proposals to emerge from discussions on enhancing trademark protection under the new generic top-level domain (gTLD) programme.

Nike wins German injunction in Adidas patent row


Nike will seek a permanent injunction on Adidas’s ‘adiZero Primeknit’ running shoes in Germany after a court ruled that they incorporate technology that infringes the US company’s patents.

Whitserve v Computer Packages back at district court


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit returned the WhitServe v Computer Packages (CPI) case to the US District Court for the District of Connecticut on October 17.

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