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License Terms Can Limit Extent of Patent Exhaustion
  • Oblon
  • USA
  • September 25 2017

Earlier this summer, the Supreme Court in Impression Products limited a patent owner’s ability to recover damages for patent infringement when a

Travelers Fails to Pull a Rabbit out of its Hat and Must Defend its Insured
  • Nossaman LLP
  • USA
  • August 16 2017

In a recent federal court decision out of Colorado, Travelers failed to convince the Court that it had no duty to defend its insured based on its IP

Whole Foods’ “Criterion Collection” wines infringe trademark, video company alleges
  • Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP
  • USA
  • September 17 2015

Video publisher The Criterion Collection has filed a trademark dilution suit against Whole Foods and an alcohol supplier alleging that a line of

Hotel and resort owners targeted by wireless patent infringement demand letters
  • Ballard Spahr LLP
  • USA
  • August 1 2011

Members of the hotel and resort industry have received patent infringement notice lettersand in some cases federal court complaintsfrom a patent licensing company that claims to own a portfolio of 31 wireless technology patents.

Trademark rights to “heart attack” designation on food menus contested
  • Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP
  • USA
  • May 13 2011

A New York City deli has filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking a declaration that it has not infringed the trademark of an Arizona-based restaurant by selling an "Instant Heart Attack Sandwich" and planning to sell a "Triple Bypass Sandwich."

Sharp Corporation and AU OPTRONICS agree to dismissal of lawsuit stemming from alleged patent infringement, enter into cross-license agreement
  • Masuda Funai Eifert & Mitchell Ltd
  • USA
  • May 4 2011

On January 24, 2011, Sharp Corporation, the Japanese electronics giant, filed suit in U.S. federal court against Taiwan-based flat panel manufacturer AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION.

Trade dress infringement found in restaurant decoration
  • McDaniel & Park PC
  • USA
  • April 19 2011

Trade dress is the unique appearance of a product that combination of visual elements that identifies the source of a product.

Watch out if you don’t pay that fine on time
  • Norton Rose Fulbright
  • Australia
  • April 13 2011

With the change from Trade Practices Act to the Competition and Consumer Act comes a new national regime for consumer protection.

Interlocutory injunctions in the Federal Court
  • Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP
  • Canada
  • February 2 2011

A Judge of the Federal Court has recently granted an interlocutory injunction against a number of sports bars for showing unlicensed sporting events from illegal satellite systems.

The ACCC uses its new enforcement powers to take action on component pricing
  • Norton Rose Fulbright
  • Australia
  • December 7 2010

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has recently been granted new enforcement powers, which make it easier for the regulator to penalise illegal advertising and pricing practices.