Intellectual Property

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  • November 25, 2020

    Apple Says Skin Tones Used In Emojis Can't Be IP

    Apple Inc. is urging a Texas federal judge to kill a copyright infringement lawsuit over its emojis with diverse skin tones, contending the company suing it can't claim rights to "naturally occurring" human characteristics like skin color.

  • November 25, 2020

    Time's Run Out On Knock-Off Clocks, TM Suit Says

    An Australian company that markets a line of educational clocks called Owlconic says it has no time for knockoffs from a New York teacher supply business that are allegedly being sold on Amazon.

  • November 25, 2020

    When It Comes To SEPs, Act Locally But Enforce Globally

    Because recent standard-essential patent decisions in the U.S., the U.K., China and Germany may signal a trend toward a greater international influence on global royalty rates by individual national jurisdictions, potential licensors and licensees may need to adjust their enforcement strategies, says Mauricio Uribe at Knobbe Martens.

  • November 25, 2020

    3 Fed. Circ. IP Cases For Gov't Contractors To Watch

    Nathaniel Castellano at Arnold & Porter discusses recent oral arguments at the Federal Circuit in three cases — Boeing v. Secretary of the Air Force, Bitmanagement Software v. U.S. and Harmonia Holdings v. U.S. — and the broad implications the decisions will have on government contractors and agencies dealing in proprietary data and software.

  • November 24, 2020

    Attys In 5Pointz Graffiti Destruction Case Net $2M In Fees

    A New York City real estate developer that destroyed a famed graffiti space known as 5Pointz has agreed to pay attorneys at Eisenberg & Baum LLP, who are representing the artists behind the space, more than $2 million in attorney fees, according to a joint stipulation filed Tuesday.

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