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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.