Responding to Qualcomm Inc.'s amended complaint, Nokia Corp. on Tuesday amended its own counterclaims in an ongoing patent tit-for-tat between the two cellular giants over cell phone technology.
Influential international intellectual property boutique Smith Strong & Schlesinger LLP has folded itself into Greenberg Traurig LLP after months of working hand-in-hand with the larger firm on behalf of the United States in a piracy dispute with China before the World Trade Organization.
The European Commission has taken aim at telecommunications company Qualcomm Inc., opening formal antitrust proceedings against the chipset maker after receiving complaints from several of the company's rivals.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has denied Epistar Corp.'s plea to continue to stay a U.S. International Trade Commission injunction, seeking to stop the Taiwanese company's importation of light emitting diodes that are believed to infringe on the products of a Royal Philips Electronics unit.
In response to a complaint by the United States, the World Trade Organization has created a panel to take a closer look at China's policies regarding intellectual property infringement.
The U.S. International Trade Commission on Monday ordered Advanced Analogic Technologies Inc. to stop importing products containing circuitry allowing them to go into “sleep mode” when they do not need much power, after finding that the technology infringes on a patent held by Linear Technology Corp.
Combating Nokia Corp.'s counterclaims in an ongoing patent battle over cell phone technology, Qualcomm Inc. on Monday argued that it did not infringe on six Nokia patents and had been injured by Nokia's assertion of patents that were invalid or unenforceable.
The Federal Circuit on Friday upheld the U.S. Department of Commerce’s “zeroing” method for calculating anti-dumping duties, saying the United States' agreement to comply with a World Trade Organization ruling that panned the policy didn’t apply in cases like that brought by a Dutch steel titan.
Dealing a blow to a Florida-based patent-holding company, a federal judge has found that Google Inc. did not directly infringe a patent covering three-dimensional scrolling-mouse technology.
The United States has conceded to lower ceilings on farm subsidies and asked other countries to follow its lead as part of current round of World Trade Organization talks on opening global trade.
Responding to complaints from the United States, the World Trade Organization on Friday agreed to investigate China's treatment of intellectual property issues.
China filed a complaint against the United States on Friday with the World Trade Organization—its first in five years—over anti-dumping duties on paper the U.S. imports from it, months after the U.S. levied its first tariffs against subsidized Chinese products in decades.
A U.S. appellate court has stayed the importation ban of mobile phones that contain Qualcomm Inc. chips pending the appeal of a patent infringement ruling against the chip maker.
Novo Nordisk A/S is asking a New Jersey federal court to stop Sanofi-Aventis sales of recently launched insulin pen SoloStar.
In response to a spike in the U.S. International Trade Commission's involvement in patent spats, McKool Smith PC, long a mainstay on the eastern Texas district court docket, has opened a Washington, D.C., office and stocked it with two intellectual property litigators it grabbed from Adduci Mastriani & Schaumberg LLP.
Finnish cellular giant Nokia Corp. is facing an investigation by the U.S. International Trade Commission into whether some of its cell phones with GSM devices infringe Qualcomm Inc.’s technology.
In a vindication for semiconductor company Broadcom Corp., a federal appellate court has reinstated its Sherman Act claims against cell-phone microchip maker and bitter rival Qualcomm Inc. one year after a district court dismissed Broadcom's complaint in its entirety.
Lenovo Group Ltd. on Tuesday became the latest technology company to settle allegations that it infringed on 3M Corp.'s lithium ion battery patents.
After 13 years in the making, China has finally established its anti-monopoly law. Though the initial reaction has been positive, some aspects of the new law still give rise to caution, lawyers say.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has denied Taiwanese company Epistar Corp.'s request to stay an exclusion order, a ruling which a Royal Philips Electronics unit said sets the stage for a ban on the import of light-emitting diodes.