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  • December 06, 2021

    Alphabet Investors Sue Over 'Billions' In Antitrust Liability

    Alphabet Inc. investors hit the Google parent's board with a pair of derivative suits alleging in California federal court that executive mismanagement has led to "multi-billion-dollar antitrust liability" and the outlay of tens of millions of dollars on investigations and civil actions related to Google's alleged anti-competitive practices.

  • December 06, 2021

    DOJ, USPTO Mull Scope Of Remedies For SEP Infringement

    The U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Patent and Trademark Office floated a new draft policy Monday on standards-essential patents addressing the scope of remedies available to patent owners who've agreed to licenses, in particular reevaluating its stance on injunctive relief.

  • December 06, 2021

    FTC's Nvidia Challenge Calls Arm 'De Facto Industry Standard'

    The Federal Trade Commission's complaint challenging Nvidia Corp.'s planned $40 billion purchase of Arm Ltd. alleges the move would give one of the largest and most valuable computing companies in the world ownership over technology that's crucial to its rivals.

  • December 06, 2021

    9th Circ. Upholds Telescope Co.'s $50M Antitrust Verdict

    The Ninth Circuit on Monday mostly left intact a $50 million judgment in favor of Orion Telescopes & Binoculars in its antitrust beef with Ningbo Sunny Electronic Co. Ltd., finding that the California federal court erred only in excluding a declaration Ningbo Sunny filed supporting its bid to change the judgment.

  • December 06, 2021

    Warby Parker Wants 1-800 Contacts' 'Thin' Search Suit Nixed

    Warby Parker asked a New York federal judge to toss 1-800 Contacts Inc.'s suit accusing the eyewear upstart of infringing trademarks by buying search engine keywords like "1-800 Contacts," arguing there's little chance consumers mistook its website for the contact giant.

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