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Apple to pay $439 million for FaceTime infringement
18 October 2017 | Texas | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Apple must pay VirnetX $439 million for infringing VirnetX patents with its FaceTime application
Restasis patents invalidated at Texas court
17 October 2017 | Texas | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Four patents relating to Allergan’s Restasis dry eye treatment have been invalidated by a US court, despite the pharmaceutical company’s patent transfer agreement with the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe
Businesses should prepare for UPC, despite uncertainty
17 October 2017 | London | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Businesses should make preparations for the Unified Patent Court and unitary patent, despite mounting uncertainty surrounding when, if at all, the court will come into effect
Patent ‘irrationality’ causes a negative image of patents
16 October 2017 | London | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Partner promotions at White & Case
13 October 2017 | New York | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Qualcomm hit with $775 million fine in Taiwan
13 October 2017 | Taipei | Reporter: Barney Dixon
SUEPO willing to work with new EPO president
12 October 2017 | Munich | Reporter: Barney Dixon
BPTO and EPO sign PPH cooperation treaty
12 October 2017 | São Paulo | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Johnson Controls-Hitachi selects Anaqua
11 October 2017 | Boston | Reporter: Barney Dixon
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Campinos elected as EPO president
11 October 2017 | Munich | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Tech companies create SEP code of conduct
10 October 2017 | Paris | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Qualcomm signs patent licence agreement with General Mobile
10 October 2017 | San Diego | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Paul Brinkman rejoins Kirkland & Ellis
09 October 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Burden of amended claims falls to petitioner, says Federal Circuit
09 October 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Barney Dixon
CIPA elects new president
06 October 2017 | London | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Allergan Restasis deal to be investigated
05 October 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Barney Dixon
MPP signs HIV drug deal with Gilead
04 October 2017 | Switzerland | Reporter: Jenna Lomax
Duane Morris opens Austin office
03 October 2017 | Austin | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Anaqua launches new patent analytics platform
03 October 2017 | Boston | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Brazil and Argentina partner for IP assets development
02 October 2017 | Rio de Janeiro | Reporter: Jenna Lomax
EIP bolsters its Düsseldorf office
29 September 2017 | Düsseldorf | Reporter: Jenna Lomax
Bristows makes senior promotions
29 September 2017 | London | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Mohawk tribe files to dismiss IPR
28 September 2017 | New York | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Amgen sues Mylan over Neulasta
27 September 2017 | Pennsylvania | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Keystone Law snaps up Will Sander
26 September 2017 | London | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Buchalter expands IP team in LA
26 Septmber 2017 | California | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Adams and Reese appoints Michael Bednarek
26 September 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Becky Butcher
UK-China symposium: IP system adapts to technology trends
25 September 2017 | London | Reporter: Jenna Lomax
Goldberg Segalla hires experienced patent litigator
25 September 2017 | New York | Reporter: Barney Dixon
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