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.
Patient advocates and industry officials clash at a hearing over whether the U.S. should grant a generic license for an AIDS drug made by Abbott Labs.
A U.S. District Court has dismissed Xerox Corp.'s patent lawsuit against PalmOne Inc., ruling that a Xerox patent for its Unistrokes single-stroke handwriting recognition software is invalid.
An appeals court has denied Microsoft’s bid for interlocutory appeal in its ongoing trademark litigation against Lindows, Inc.
A U.S. District Court Judge in Nevada has invalidated two of casino operator Harrah’s patents in its three-year-old patent lawsuit against rival Station Casinos.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has issued an initial determination that Taiwanese chip makers Media Reality Technologies, Inc. and Trumpion Microelectronics, Inc. both infringe a patent by U.S. rival Genesis Microchip.
Mosaid Technologies Inc. has agreed to drop one of 10 claims in a patent dispute with Infineon Technologies in an effort to avoid delays in the litigation process.
Canada’s Supreme Court has ruled for U.S. biotech giant Monsanto on Friday in a closely watched patent suit against Saskatchewan farmer Percy Schmeiser.
The European Union’s Directive on the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights, which harmonizes intellectual property rights across the union, went into force Thursday.
Toronto-based All Computers, a manufacturer of computer parts, is seeking $500 million from Intel in a patent infringement lawsuit filed Thursday morning.
A U.S. District Court Judge has issued a permanent injunction against Ventana Medical Systems, banning the medical device maker from marketing its BenchMark/Discovery system.
Israeli generic drug maker Teva Pharmaceutical Industries plans to continue selling its version of Abbott Laboratories' pain medication vicoprofen, despite losing an appeal in a patent dispute.
The European Commission is contemplating whether to pull the plug once and for all on the 30-year project to create a European Union-wide community patent.
W. Edward Bailey seen as key hire in effort to build Atlanta-based firm's patent litigation practice in New York.
City claims Glaxo engaged in "anticompetitive, fraudulent, and inequitable conduct" when it obtained patents for Paxil.
The European Patent Office has revoked U.S. biotechnology company Myriad Genetics’ European patent on a controversial breast cancer genetic test that critics claim is excessively expensive.
Korean conglomerate LG Electronics Inc. has fired another legal volley in its patent battle with Whirlpool Corp., suing the U.S. rival for allegedly infringing LG's washing machine patents.
Boston intellectual property boutique Lowrie, Lando and Anastasi has hired two attorneys from Banner & Witcoff and Fish & Richardson P.C., respectively.
A California U.S. District Court has refused to find Roche Diagnostics' portfolio of patents to its DNA replication technology unenforceable, dealing a setback to rival Promega in the decade-old battle over a technology widely used by medical and law enforcement officials.
Attempts to create a common European patent system have collapsed once again, derailed by disputes over language and liability.
A U.S. District Court Judge has allowed rapper Eminem's copyright infringement claims over use of his song "Lose Yourself" in a commercial for Apple Computer to go forward.