Just about anyone can become a celebrity nowadays. We can make ourselves look like rock stars in our daily lives just by posting well-framed photos and videos frequently. Of course, whether or not you’re actually accomplishing anything with what you’re doing is what will determine the longevity of your following. Show More Summary
ESPN ProView correspondent Eddie Royal reacts to the scuffle between Steve Smith and Aqib Talib on Monday Night Football
While golf might seem like a “relaxing” sort of game, there are subtle nuances to it that will help separate the pros from the newbies. If you’re just getting into the game and you’re looking for a way to help improve your swing technique,...Show More Summary
Proposed changes to the law would affect firms such as Proview, which sued Apple for the use of the iPad name.
After settling a longstanding trademark earlier this year over the name “iPad,” Apple has seen a big increase in iPad sales in China. Proview, a Chinese company, had “iPad” registered years before Apple unveiled the iPad back in 2010. For the last few years the two companies have disagreed on settlement terms, but Apple [...]Show More Summary
Apple has seen sales of its iPad soar following the resolution of a trademark dispute with Chinese company Proview, which had IPAD registered years prior to the release of Apple's iconic tablet. That's according to new estimates from...Show More Summary
It’s been barely a month since Apple ended its long-running China iPad trademark dispute with Proview, after paying $60 million to settle, but already the tech giant is facing its...
After not receiving payment from its client, the law firm that represented Proview in its Chinese trademark case against Apple has done what it does best: sue. Sina Tech (translation,...
Guess who's hasn't yet gotten its share of Proview's recently acquired $60 million? The law firm that helped it win the iPad trademark dispute. According to Sina Tech, China-based Grandall Law Firm confirmed that its shady client refused to pay up the promised 4 percent of Apple's settlement fee, which equates to $2.4 million. Show More Summary
The popular device will finally hit stores after settling a legal battle with electronics manufacturer Proview
A little over a week after finally settling its iPad legal case against Proview to the tune of $60 million, Apple today is delivering some more good iPad news in China: it's going to start selling the new iPad on the mainland starting...Show More Summary
On the heels of a settlement with Proview over the iPad name, Apple is now set to launch its third-generation iPad in mainland China on July 27, according to a new rumor.
For all the heat it dishes out elsewhere in the world, Apple has had a hard time catching a break in China -- between having to settle with Proview over the iPad trademark and a recent, smaller dispute over Snow Leopard, it's been primarily on the defensive. Show More Summary
Patent dispute could cost more than Proview pay-out Apple’s protracted iPad trademark battle with Proview appears to have opened the floodgates to further legal attacks in China, with Siri now being targeted in a law suit which could cost Cupertino in excess of $60 million to resolve.…
One of the legal disputes Apple has been facing is a trademark problem surrounding the name “iPad” in China. Apparently, the name “iPad” is owned by a company called Proview. Even though Apple bought the right to use the iPad name with the company’s Taipei branch, it wasn’t able to get the same deal with
Just one day after reports that Apple agreed to pay Proview $60 million to settle claims that it owned the rights to the name iPad in China comes word that another company has sued Apple, this time claiming to own the rights in China to the trademark “Snow Leopard,” the name for the latest version [...]
Apple has sprung $60 million to pay Shenzhen Proview Technology in order to end a drawn-out trademark dispute over the iPad. In 2009, Apple says they bought the rights to the name “iPad” from Proview Technology. According to Chinese authorities, however, the rights were never transferred. In December, a Chinese court said that Proview Technology still [...]
Coming on the heels of Proview's successful $60 million settlement with Apple, a new suit is being brought against the iPad maker from a China-based chemical company that owns the rights to the Chinese language translation of "Snow Leopard."
Now that Apple has paid $60 million to end a thuggish extortion attempt on the part of China’s Proview over the iPad trademark, it looks like at least one additional Chinese trademark troll is coming out of the woodwork, looking for a payday. This time, however, it’s a dispute over a product Apple doesn’t even [...]Show More Summary
Apple has agreed to pay $60 million for the rights to use the name iPad inChina. It could have been a lot worse however: the payment settled a lawsuit claiming $1.6 billion. The case came about because the Chinese firm Proview registered the name iPad (or rather IPAD) in 2000. Apple doesn’t dispute that Proview [...] No related posts.