Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, China, India, etc. | 28 Nov 2022
Tighter US prohibitions targeting exports of high-tech equipment to China will disrupt supply chains in APAC. What steps can companies in the region take to proactively manage risks to their operations?
Lexology PRO | USA | 28 Sep 2022
Claimants are seeking compensation from Samsung following a recently-announced data breach.
Osborne Clarke | United Kingdom | 16 Aug 2022
In a recent lengthy decision, the UK High Court found Samsung liable for third-party apps available in the Samsung Galaxy App Store (SGA) that…
Pinsent Masons | European Union, United Kingdom | 1 Aug 2022
The High Court recently considered trademark infringement in the context of apps. The judgment is noteworthy both for its assessment of the elements of infringement in that specific online environment and its consideration of the scope of the injuries in section 10(3) of the Trade Marks Act 1994 on which there is still relatively limited case law. The judgment may give optimism to rights......
Fox Williams LLP | United Kingdom | 27 Jul 2022
In a recent case, the High Court has ruled that Samsung infringed Swatch’s trade marks by including them in digital watch faces, despite the fact…
Lexology PRO | Australia, China, Hong Kong, etc. | 29 Jun 2022
China amends its Anti-Monopoly Law, Australia fines Samsung AU$14 million for misleading consumers, and Hong Kong amends AML/CTF laws to include crypto service providers – plus other key updates.
Teacher Stern LLP | European Union, United Kingdom | 8 Jun 2022
Swatch won its claim that 30 watch face apps infringed 23 of its registered trade marks. Third parties developed watch face apps and Samsung made…
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, European Union, South Korea, etc. | 1 Apr 2022
A UK appellate court has confirmed that English courts should not hear Samsung’s attempt to force LG to pay most of a settlement agreement related to the LCD cartel, despite acknowledging that there may be no relevant witnesses or evidence in Asia.
PETOŠEVIĆ | Russia | 2 Dec 2021
On October 26, 2021, the Moscow Arbitration Court issued an order listing 61 smartphone models which Samsung may no longer import, store or sell in…
Lexology PRO | United Kingdom, USA | 4 Nov 2021
Qualcomm won’t challenge the jurisdiction of a proposed UK class action claim filed against the chipmaker, after previously arguing that the dispute cannot be heard before the country’s courts as the company’s alleged abuse of dominance did not cause loss to local consumers.