Waymo and Uber reached a settlement Friday to end their blockbuster trade secrets fight over self-driving car technology, capping off a year of contentious discovery disputes, shocking revelations and numerous delays. Here's a play-by-play of how we got here.
Australian policy makers urge Australia to take hard line in response to U.S. demands.
As a part of its adoption of the European Union's Copyright Directive, the U.K. will require all businesses to pay copyright licence fees.
Disney says 2.2 million copies of "George of the Jungle 2" DVD have already been distributed to retailers.
Program aims to double university patent applications in three years.
Declaration seeks to define the ethical principles that should govern the collection, processing, storage and use of human genetic data.
Court finds generics maker can market drug even after original is pulled.
In a sign that industry has modified approach, targets are given a chance at settlement before lawsuits are filed.
Lawsuit concerns 1991 patent of ice dispensers in refrigerators.
Opponents claim database publishers are sufficiently protected, while supporters complain about watered-down legislation.
Internet auction company claims eBay infringed on its "$1 No Reserve" trademark.
Maker of AutoCAD claims LT-Extender unlawfully manipulates its software.
Administrative council has meet twice without agreeing on a replacement for current head of European Patent Office.
Commission will ask court to grant generics makers licensing rights and levy fines against makers of anti-HIV drugs.
Group supports campaign to let Patent & Trademark Office retain all its funds, following approbriations chairman's complaint about aggressive lobbying.
Parliament expected to enact law this month, almost a year past E.U. deadline.
Suit concerned technology to route customer calls to appropriate support staff.
Court finds internet search engine violated intellectual property code by selling ad space next to pages produced by trademarked search terms.
Controversial move would block online distribution of pirated digital content.
Judge declares four Corixa patents unenforceable due to inequitable conduct.
Claims employees misappropriated secrets.