The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) recently released the public version of its decision in an investigation of whether Arista infringes Cisco patents, rejecting Arista’s defense and public interest arguments that the patents allegedly cover a de facto standard and are subject to a FRAND obligation.
In Re Nickelodeon Consumer Privacy Litigation: An IP Address is Not Always Personally Identifiable Information
What’s the Case About? In re Nickelodeon Consumer Privacy Litigation is a multi-district consolidated class action filed on behalf of children under the age of thirteen alleging that Viacom used child directed websites it owned to collect, without parental consent, data from the class members which it then provided to co-defendant Google.
The European Commission intends to ban the use in apparel of hundreds of Cat. 1A and 1B carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic for reproduction substances (“CMRs”) within the next year.
Does your company’s wholly-owned subsidiary own trademarks in its own name? Has your company acquired any companies that own trademarks?
For that matter, what about fictitious names, dbas and trade names?
Implementing unique litigation tactics, on June 15, 2016, Foley & Larder LLP filed a complaint under Section 337 of the Tariff Act at the International Trade Commission (“ITC”) on behalf of Par Pharmaceutical and related parties (Par as “Complainants”).
Crazy Horse was a legendary Native American chief of the Oglala Lakota tribe who lived during the second half of the 1800s.
The 2016 Summer Olympics will officially* begin in eight days.
Two petitions for certiorari are pending before the Supreme Court in which the aggrieved patent owners in MCM Portfolio LLC. v. Hewlett-Packard Co. and Cooper v. Lee are challenging the constitutionality of AIA trials.