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Connected Cars And Autonomous Driving - EU Antitrust Challenges (Part I)
Among the different fields of law concerned, competition law will play a key role.
European Union
4 Sep 2018
Jones Day Talks Intellectual Property: The Women In IP Law Initiative
Jones Day's "Women in IP" Initiative addresses the historic underrepresentation of women in intellectual property law with topical programming, networking opportunities, strategic mentoring arrangements, and a popular speaker series.
United States
2 Sep 2018
JPO Launches Its Advisory Opinion System To Determine Standard-Essential Patents
However, it is not always easy for the parties to agree on whether a patent is a standard-essential patent or how to resolve disputes.
30 May 2018
First Circuit Rejects Sunbeam Approach To Effect Of Rejection Of Trademark License In Bankruptcy
In Mission Product Holdings, Inc. v. Tempnology, LLC (In re Tempnology, LLC), 879 F.3d 389 (1st Cir. 2018), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit ruled that the rejection of a trademark...
United States
18 Apr 2018
Another Appellate Court Rejects Lubrizol Approach To Effect Of Rejection Of Trademark License In Bankruptcy
In order to better protect such licensees, Congress amended the Bankruptcy Code in 1988 to add section 365(n).
United States
6 Feb 2017
U.S. Department Of Justice Rejects Modification Of Music Licensing Consent Decrees
After a two-year investigation, the U.S. Department of Justice has decided not to seek modification of longstanding music licensing consent decrees with the ASCAP and Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI).
United States
1 Sep 2016
"Intellectual Property" Exclusion Does Not Bar Insurance Coverage For Claims Under Patent Licensing Agreement
An exclusion for infringement of intellectual property rights in a commercial insurance policy did not bar coverage for claims asserted against a patent holder under a patent licensing agreement.
United States
1 Sep 2016
U.S. Agencies Propose New Antitrust Guidelines For Intellectual Property Licensing
As with developments in antitrust law more generally, most of the relatively few substantive changes permit greater flexibility in IP licensing.
United States
24 Aug 2016
ARS Intends To Grant Exclusive License
In the November 5, 2015, Federal Register, USDA's Agricultural Research Service ("ARS") gave notice that it intended to grant to Microarray Equipment & Supplies, LLC of Cupertino, California, an exclusive license...
United States
23 Nov 2015
Supreme Court Upholds Prohibition Against Post-Expiration Patent Royalties
In 1990, inventor Stephen Kimble obtained a patent on a toy glove that permits the wearer to mimic the comic book character Spider-Man by shooting pressurized foam string from the palm of the hand.
United States
26 Jun 2015
Trademark Licensees Beware: The Hypothetical Test Lives On In The Third Circuit
Trademark licensees that file for bankruptcy protection face uncertainty concerning their ability to continue using trademarks that are crucial to their businesses.
United States
29 May 2015
China Publishes Guidelines On Application Of The Anti-Monopoly Law To Intellectual Property Rights
After years of discussions, China's State Administration for Industry and Commerce finally has released its guidelines on the application of the PRC Anti-Monopoly Law to intellectual property rights.
24 Apr 2015
Court Rules That Trademark Licensees Are Protected By Section 365(N) And That Licensees’ Rights Cannot Be Extinguished By Sale Free And Clear Absent Consent
Crumbs Bake Shop is undeniably a positive development for entities that license trademarks from financially troubled licensors which may end up filing for bankruptcy.
United States
6 Feb 2015
Questioning The Executoriness Of Trademark Licenses In Integrated Agreements
A trademark licensee faces a great deal of uncertainty concerning its ability to continue using a licensed trademark if the licensor files for bankruptcy.
United States
9 Oct 2014
European Union Adopts New Rules for Technology Licensing Agreements
The European Union has a new regime for assessing technology licensing agreements under EU competition law.
European Union
2 Apr 2014
Two Interesting German Decisions On Internet Law
Over the course of the month of May, the German Federal Supreme Court rendered two important decisions in the area of internet law, shedding some light on issues that had remained unclear and widely discussed for some time.
24 Jun 2013
Pub Landlady Obtains Landmark Ruling Of ECJ Over Right To Use Foreign Decoder To Show Football Matches
In its judgment delivered on October 4, 2011, the ECJ declared that the English Premier League's business model—whereby the rights to broadcast Premier League matches are sold to different companies on a country-by-country basis—is in contradiction to the principle of the single European market.
European Union
11 Oct 2011
The Impact of Bankruptcy on IP Litigation and Licensing Part 2
The recent financial downturn has resulted in an explosion of corporate bankruptcy filings.
United States
14 May 2010
Another Change In U.S. Patent Law: U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Patent Licensees May Seek Declaratory Judgments In Patent-License Cases Without First Breaching The License
Overturning Federal Circuit precedent to the contrary, the U.S. Supreme Court on January 9, 2007, held by an 8-1 vote that a patent licensee may seek a declaratory judgment that it has no duty to pay royalties under its license agreement, and may do so without first terminating or breaching that agreement.
United States
31 Jan 2007
NextWave Redux
In a landmark 2003 ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the Bankruptcy Code’s anti-discrimination provisions prohibited the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") from revoking broadband spectrum licenses valued at nearly $5 billion awarded at a pre-bankruptcy auction to chapter 11 debtor NextWave Personal Communications, Inc.
United States
19 Jun 2006
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