U.S. visual information technology company Ampex Corp. has filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) against Eastman Kodak Co. and a Japanese subsidiary for alleged infringement of a patented digital camera technology.
Fashion retailer Liz Claiborne Inc. has settled a trademark infringement lawsuit against Texas-based closeout retailer Tuesday Morning Corp. over alleged sales of counterfeit jewelry.
Another top litigator has defected from Kenyon & Kenyon, a New York-based intellectual property boutique that has seen several departures over the past few months.
Bingham McCutchen has raided Baltimore’s Venable LLP for two partners in its intellectual property practice.
Sun Microsystems has agreed to pay $92 million in licensing fees to settle a lawsuit brought by Eastman Kodak over patents covering aspects of the Java programming language.
Eye-care pharmaceutical company Bausch & Lomb Inc. has sued Ocular Sciences Inc. in federal court in New York, claiming that the rival’s toric contact lenses infringe on a patent held by B&L.
Sun Microsystems faces damage claims of $1.06 billion after losing a patent infringement lawsuit in federal court to the Eastman Kodak Co. over the Java programming language.
CollaGenex Pharmaceuticals Inc. has sued rival drug makers Ivax Pharmaceuticals Inc. and CorePharma LLC in a federal court over their abbreviated new drug applications (ANDAs) for a patent covering its gum disease treatment, Periostat.
Burns Doane and Merchant & Gould have called off talks about a merger that would have created one of the largest intellectual property specialty firms in the U.S.
Trading Technologies, which makes software for global futures trading, has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Chicago-based broker Goldenberg, Hehmeyer & Co.
A federal judge in New York has struck down a 1994 law banning the sale of bootleg recordings of live music, on the grounds that the law unfairly grants "seemingly perpetual protection" to the original performances.
Federal regulators have granted Impax Laboratories Inc. approval for a generic version of the Purdue Frederick Company’s blockbuster painkiller Oxycontin Controlled Release in 80 milligram tablets, the generic drug maker said.
Another litigator has left intellectual property specialist Fish & Neave for a rival firm, as the New York-based boutique continues to struggle with a series of defections amid reports the firm is considering a merger with a general-practice firm.
A federal judge has ordered IBM Corp. to reimburse Compuware Corp. for costs associated with evidence that IBM produced only three months before the rival software maker’s lawsuit was scheduled to go to trial.
A federal judge in New York has ruled for DC Comics, which owns the Superman franchise, in a trademark suit against Ingersoll-Rand's Kryptonite Corp., a bicycle lock maker that adopted the name of the metal fatal to the man of steel.
Denver partner Lee Osman has been tapped to head the international law firm Dorsey & Whitney’s intellectual property practice, the firm said.
Luxury pen maker Montblanc North America LLC has sued rival A.T. Cross Co. for alleged trademark infringement and false advertising.
A federal judge has dismissed part of a trademark infringement lawsuit brought by Nasdaq Stock Market Inc. against Archipelago Holdings Inc. over Archipelago's trading of a highly liquid type of securities that Nasdaq claims as its intellectual property.
Fish & Neave, one of the oldest and most prominent intellectual property firms in the U.S., has held preliminary talks with Boston-based Ropes & Gray about a possible merger, according to a report.
A case involving the Vatican, ancient art works and a forged 45-year-old license agreement recently took Hogan & Hartson LLP’s intellectual property litigators into legal territory no law school could have prepared them for.