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Corning wins USITC ban of fibre optic imports

04-08-2021Muireann Bolger

Optics tech company Corning has succeeded in barring US imports of rival high density fibre optic equipment after the International US International Trade Commission upheld a ruling that the US company’s IP rights had been infringed by multiple competitors.

Q&A: Australia’s DABUS AI ‘inventor’ decision

Australia03-08-2021Alex Baldwin

The Australian Federal Court became the first court to claim that artificial intelligence can be an inventor.

AIPPI names Judith Willert as new exec director

International03-08-2021Movers & ShakersMuireann Bolger

The Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property has announced that Judith Willert has joined the organisation as its new executive director.

Ubisoft, Bungie team up against videogame cheat maker

International03-08-2021Alex Baldwin

Game companies Bungie and Ubisoft have filed a joint lawsuit against five individuals behind Ring-1, a company that develops and sells cheats for popular online multiplayer games.

UKIPO aims to put IP ‘at the heart’ of govt’s innovation strategy

UK03-08-2021Muireann Bolger

IP will be at the heart of the UK government’s new innovation strategy, the UK Intellectual Property Office has said in its response to the plan.

Dabus: Australian judge says non-humans can be inventor

Australia02-08-2021Alex Baldwin

The Australian Federal Court has ruled that an artificial intelligence (AI) can be a named inventor but that non-humans cannot apply for patents.  

Thousands of authors ask UK to uphold IP exhaustion laws

UK02-08-2021Alex Baldwin

Thousands of authors including Philip Pullman, Kazuo Ishiguro and Bernadine Evaristo, have signed a letter urging the government to maintain “strong” UK copyright laws in its departure from the European Union.

Lindt gold foil colour is trademark protected, German court rules

Germany30-07-2021Trademarks NewsAlex Baldwin

The German Federal Court of Justice has ruled that Swiss chocolatier Lindt & Sprüngli can trademark the gold foil wrapping of its chocolate bunnies.

InterDigital SEP valid and infringed by Lenovo: English High Court


InterDigital has won the first round of a telecommunications standard-essential patent (SEP) dispute with Lenovo, after the English High Court ruled today, July 29, that InterDigital’s patent was valid and infringed.

Cox settles copyright dispute with BMG and Rightscorp


Cox Communications has resolved its copyright case with music company BMG Rights Management and Rightscorp that centred on a dispute over thousands of allegedly invalid copyright notices.

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