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Patent Lawyer Magazine by Jessica Lilley - 2d ago

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Chinese smartphone maker Coolpad Group said its unit has sued three group firms of Xiaomi, which last week filed for a Hong Kong IPO that could be worth up to $10 billion, for patent infringement. Coolpad said in a statement late on Thursday its subsidiary, Yulong Computer Telecommunication Scientific (Shenzhen) filed a lawsuit against Xiaomi Telecom Technology, […]

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BACK IN 2011, Apple sues Samsung for copying its iPhone designs. Now, a jury in San Jose, California, will once again review the arguments to make a decision on the final damages costs to be paid by Samsung. This is the third time the five patents in question have been looked at since the dispute […]

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Only 9% of patents filed in the UK are by women, research from WISE has revealed. This is compared to a global average of 30%. Encouragingly though, the research also found a 9% increase in the number of patents filed by women by publicly listed companies. This was 30% in 2016 and 21% in 2012. This figure […]

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Today marks the one year anniversary of Project Jengo, a crowdsourced search for prior art that Cloudflare created and funded in response to the actions of Blackbird Technologies, a notorious patent troll. Blackbird has filed more than one hundred lawsuits asserting dormant patents without engaging in any innovative or commercial activities of its own. In homage […]

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Monsanto Co has appealed to India’s Supreme Court against a ruling by the Delhi High Court which decreed last month that the world’s biggest seed maker cannot claim patents on its GM cotton seeds, a company spokesman said on Friday. The Delhi High Court last month concurred with Indian seed company Nuziveedu Seeds Ltd (NSL), […]

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Apple has today been awarded a patent for technology intended for use in a ‘circular display.’ The patent text specifically references a wristwatch as one application, and one of the illustrations looks very much like a watch. The patent itself is for a particular approach to handling the challenges posed by circular displays. Pixel arrays […]

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Dumont Bergman Bider & Co., S.C, have informed the Patent Lawyer Magazine that there have been changes in the official fees for patents, utility models and industrial designs. The changes were published on April 26, 2018 and came into force on April 27, 2018. Filing fees: Historically, the Patent Office has applied fixed filing fees. […]

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Major European patent and trademark attorney firm, Haseltine Lake, confirms the promotions of Michael Conway and Chris Morris to Partners, and Andrew Sunderland to Senior Associate, effective 1 May 2018, as the firm celebrates 40 years of business in Europe this year.   Michael Conway joined the firm in 2006 and qualified as a trademark […]

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After Google appealed a lower court’s ruling that narrowed the scope of patents that can be challenged before a federal tribunal, the U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal and stood by the 2016 federal court decision. The case stems from a lawsuit with patent licensing firm Unwired Planet LLC. They sued Google […]

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