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.
Dispute over use of luminescence and fluorescence to analyze compounds being screened for use in the development of new drugs.
In a setback for chewing gum maker, court rules that the combination of "double" and "mint" represents a product description.
Officials discuss experience of the EU-China Intellectual Property Rights Cooperation Program.
Litigation concerned non-incisional permanent birth control procedure.
Suit concerned technology used in test grading.
Judge sees strong indication of confusion of gin brands in trademark suit.
Bill takes aim at imports of pirated films, music and computer software.
Court says Italian electronic group Trucco can formally register "Starix" as an E.U.-wide trademark.
Japan's top drug maker sues Mylan Pharmaceuticals, Watson Pharmaceuticals and Ranbaxy Laboratories over their generic versions of ACTOS (pioglitazone HCl).
Glow Industries had accused Lopez and her partner of infringing its trademark.
Radio operator was accused of unauthorized performance of songs represented by music rights organization.
U.S. District Court for the Central District of California awards more than $1.16 million in lawsuit against U.S. District Court for the Central District of California against Keynet Corporation for more than $1.16 million for copyright and trademark infringement.
Judge issues an initial determination that Media Reality Technologies and Trumpion Microelectronics do not infringe one of rival Genesis Microchip's patents.
Dispute over patents for processes for encapsulation by gelatin-free polymeric materials.
Similar to anti-virus programs, tool lets networks block transfers of copyrighted material.
Shuts down a string of travel-related websites that used names confusingly similar with airlines and travel operators to lure customers.
Lundbeck has been fending off generics makers with production patents.
Group seeks to strengthen U.S. intellectual property through trade agreements, diplomacy and international aid.
Concerned about rampant piracy, companies are stepping up their patent and trademark management in China.
Radio stations must pay royalties to recording companies and composers when their broadcasts are simultaneously streamed over the internet.