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Federal Circuit sides with Sony in IPR appeal


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit yesterday sided with Sony in its appeal against the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s final decision in an inter partes review of a patent directed to the storage of audio data.

US court backs FTC in antitrust claim against Qualcomm


A US court has found that Qualcomm’s “no licence, no chips” business practice violates antitrust laws and gives the mobile chip maker an unlawfully dominant position in the market.

EURid and EUIPO take a stand against domain name abuse


The European Union Intellectual Property Office and EURid, the registry manager of the .eu and .ею country code top-level domains, has launched a new service designed to help European Union trade mark applicants tackle cybersquatting and bad faith domain name registrations.

Autonomous vehicles to boost patent licence revenue: report


The development of connected and autonomous vehicles has “huge scope for patenting and earning revenue from licences” but on the flip-side there is also the potential for increased litigation when disputes arise, according to a new report.

UKIPO delivers mixed verdict for BrewDog TM


The UK Intellectual Property Office has delivered a mixed judgment in a trademark opposition involving Scottish brewery BrewDog.

Indian auto company accuses Royal Enfield of stealing tech


An Indian auto parts company is suing motorcycle manufacturer Royal Enfield and its North American subsidiary in the US, alleging that Royal Enfield used a free sample to “reverse engineer” patent-protected technology.

SMEs filing IP more likely to have high growth: EPO and EUIPO


Small and medium-sized enterprises that have applied for at least one type of IP right in Europe are 17% more likely to become a high-growth firm than those that have not, according to a new study released yesterday, May 21.

SCOTUS rules on post-bankruptcy trademark licensing


The US Supreme Court has today held that a debtor-licensor’s rejection of a trademark licence agreement in bankruptcy is a breach, rather than a rescission of contract, meaning that the other party to the contract retains its rights under the licence agreement.

Pepe the Frog copyright suit to go to trial


A US district judge has cleared a lawsuit over cartoon character Pepe the Frog to proceed to trial after he dismissed motions for summary judgment from both the character’s creator and opinion website Infowars.

EPO unveils European Inventor Award 2019 nominees


The European Patent Office has announced the finalists for the 14th annual European Inventor Award, which will be awarded in five categories at a ceremony in Vienna on June 20.

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