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3-row Jeep SUV revealed in patent drawings

New patent drawings discovered in the database of Europe’s Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM) intellectual property registry reveals the design of a new three-row Jeep. This isn’t Jeep’s upcoming Wagoneer, as some have reported, but more likely a production version of the plug-in hybrid Yuntu concept we saw in...

Patentlyo Bits and Bytes by Anthony McCain

Gene Quinn: SCOTUS Reverses Federal Circuit In TC Heartland Shawn Knight: Apple And Nokia Settle Intellectual Property Dispute Vera Ranieri: No Evidence That “Stronger” Patents Will Mean More Innovation Donald Zuhn: Biscotti v. Microsoft Scott Mckeown: Public vs. Show More Summary

Binded raises another $950K for its copyright-protecting tools

Binded aims to make it easier for photographers to protect their intellectual property by creating a permanent record of their copyright in a public database, namely the blockchain. The startup was previously known as Blockai, but it’s...Show More Summary

Drug Wars: Crosspost from Crooked Timber

I got a preview of Drug Wars by Robin Feldman and Evan Frondorf. It’s not about the War on Drugs, but about the devices used by Big Pharma to maintain the profits they earn from their intellectual property (ownership of drug patents, brand names and so on) and to stave off competition from generics. Feldman […]

Players setup standalone commercial arm

5 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Australia's cricketers have set up their own company to sell their intellectual property rights, further deepening their divide with Cricket Australia ahead of the June 30 expiry of the current pay MOU

Cricket-Australia players' union sets up IP business amid dispute

MELBOURNE, May 24 (Reuters) - The Australian Cricketers' Association has set up a business to manage and market players' intellectual property should they be unable to strike a pay deal with the national cricket board.

News: Apple and Nokia settle patent dispute

5 days agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Apple and Nokia have announced a resolution to the patent dispute that began late last year. In addition to settling all litigation related to the intellectual property dispute, the two companies have also agreed to a multi-year patent...Show More Summary

Apple and Nokia are friends again

Apple and Nokia are no longer locked in a legal duel.  The two companies announced on Tuesday that they "settled all litigation related to their intellectual property dispute and agreed [to] a multi-year patent license." The legal suit...Show More Summary

Nokia and Apple Move From Courtroom Foes to Business Partners

Apple and Nokia settled dueling lawsuits over what Apple should pay for intellectual property used in its iPhone, a surprisingly quick end to what analysts had said could have been years of litigation.

Apple and Nokia end legal spat by signing multi-year patent agreement

Nokia and Apple have announced that they have settled an ongoing intellectual property (IP) spat, with the duo signing a “multi-year” patent license. Nokia and Apple settled a two-year legal battle back in 2011 over license fees for patents that Nokia owned, however late last year Nokia claimed that Apple had “declined subsequent offers” that Nokia […]

Amazon is preparing to launch checkout-free supermarkets in the UK (AMZN)

Amazon has trademarked the slogan "No Lines. No Checkout. (No, Seriously.)" with the Intellectual Property Office in the UK. The official trademark was filed by the Seattle-headquartered company on May 11 and published on May 19. The...Show More Summary

Virtual rabbits fall victim to IP dispute

Their food source is snarled in litigation, so this weekend thousands of virtual rabbits in Second Life began to die. [Second Life] Tags: intellectual property, nonmonetary costs of litigation, social networking Virtual rabbits fall victim to IP dispute is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system

From The Career Files: Every Relationship Matters

Ari Kaplan chats with Peter Rouse, noted intellectual property lawyer and serial entrepreneur.

GU licenses use of tyrosine kinase inhibitors for treatment of neurodegenerative diseases

(Georgetown University Medical Center) Georgetown University today announces it has exclusively licensed worldwide intellectual property (IP) rights to develop and commercialize uses of tyrosine kinase (TK) inhibitors for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases to Axovant Sciences GmbH.

Georgetown University Licenses Use of Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors for Treatment of Neurodegenerative Diseases

Georgetown University today announces it has exclusively licensed worldwide intellectual property (IP) rights to develop and commercialize uses of tyrosine kinase (TK) inhibitors for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases to Axovant Sciences GmbH.

10 Intellectual Property Strategies for Technology Startups

Intellectual property (IP) issues often are among the most important considerations that a technology startup will encounter. We present 10 important steps all tech startups should take. The post 10 Intellectual Property Strategies for...Show More Summary

In A Driverless Future, Uber And Lyft Will Sit In The Passenger Seat

Car manufacturers are poised to take the driver’s seat if autonomous cars scale. Waymo and Lyft’s deal to put autonomous cars on the road is a piping hot drama amid Google and Uber’s legal battle over intellectual property (Waymo isShow More Summary

3 growth activities that can be life (and tax) changing

SPONSORED: Presented by Avalara Growth strategies can vary widely among companies and industries. The catalyst to growth, or in some cases the outcome of growth, is an influx of new funding, intellectual or physical property, or technical...Show More Summary

Moderna Can’t Escape My Intellectual Property, Says Arbutus CEO

“We have seen no evidence of a Moderna delivery system that is free of our intellectual property. Not in their publications, their presentations, or in the examples in their patent filings,” said Mark Murray, in his first interview on the subject.

Comedians Find Intellectual Property Theft No Joking Matter

The comedy world – like much of the entertainment world – is rife with people of the Left ideological persuasion.  There are, of course, exceptions – but on the main they are on the Left. But then there is Robert Conquest’s Three Laws...Show More Summary

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