Anti-piracy law aims to expedite removal of the Philippines from the U.S. watch list of intellectual property rights violators.
Court's refusal to rehear patent infringement verdict leaves Silicon Storage with no other option but to pay Atmel.
Studios say bankrupt cable company failed to pay for film and sportscasting rights.
Friday's decision seen as a partial setback for the music industry, which had fought for broader and higher tariffs.
NICE will pay Dictaphone $10 million, and companies will cross-license patents.
A Swedish judge grants Microsoft’s motion as software maker expands litigation over its rights to the Windows trademark.
Canada’s Copyright Board is expected to decide Friday whether to levy a tariff on the sale of digital music devices, as well as increasing a controversial tariff on blank cassettes and recordable CDs.
Novadigm will pay Beck Systems $2,654,600 in three installments.
Vertical Networks agrees to drop litigation against Linksys after striking a licensing agreed with Linksys' parent, Cisco Systems.
RIAA says appointment of director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to anti-piracy post reflects increasing sophistication of criminal ventures.
Microsoft lawyers threaten legal action over Lindows trademark in Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and Sweden.
International Trade Commission cites federal court decision that found technology did not violate the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Ruling in high-profile Linux lawsuit forces SCO to produce source code and detail how it believes IBM has infringed its intellectual property.
Two top executives at the world's second-largest PC chipset maker are charged with industrial espionage and copyright violations.
Popular search engine seeks a declaratory judgment that its policy regarding the sale of keyword-triggered advertising does not constitute trademark infringement.
SimpleTech agrees to take royalty-bearing license under Lexar's patents for its sales of Memory Stick products.
Controversial decision awarded $520 million to inventor over patent for calling programs from the internet.
Landmark case, which pits copyright owners against internet service providers, turns on whether ISPs are liable for what users do online.
Several other lawsuits are pending in battle over technology used to lay fiber-optic cables.
Critics fear U.S. will force through DMCA-style legislation as part of talks over free trade agreement.