shot by IP News Shots / 6:29 pm on 01 February, 2021
GE Healthcare’s attempt at having Spectrum Dynamics Medical, Inc.’s lawsuit dismissed has been rejected by the US District Court for the Southern District of New York. Spectrum’s lawsuit accused GE of trade secret misappropriation along with incorrect inventorship of GE’s patents for what should have been the plaintiff’s VERITON. Spectrum seeks to receive monetary damages along with injunctive relief.
shot by IP News Shots / 6:56 pm on 27 January, 2021
Therabody has reached settlements with Revolution Hustle LLC and Elevate Brands LLC in patent infringement and other IP litigations. As part of the settlement for the lawsuit at the US District Court for the Central District of California, the defendants will stop the manufacture, import and sale of infringing products and will pay damages of $700,000.
Apple to Face Anti-trust Lawsuit by Florian Mueller
shot by IP News Shots / 6:28 pm on 25 January, 2021
Florian Mueller, an app developer has filed a complaint with the European Commission against Apple Inc. and Google LLC asserting antitrust activities for rejecting a game made to enhance compliance of COVID-19 rules. The plaintiff alleges that the rules of the app stores of both companies are holding back innovation.
NASA Scientist Confesses to Siphoning Off US IP to China
shot by IP News Shots / 6:10 pm on 14 January, 2021
A NASA scientist has confessed to participating in a program that enabled transfer of important US intellectual property to China. The individual has been sentenced to five years in prison as a result of his conviction.
WPL Seeks Costs and Fees Reimbursement against ‘Outrageous’ IP Lawsuit
shot by IP News Shots / 6:55 pm on 23 December, 2020
After securing a win in an intellectual property lawsuit brought by SAS Institute Inc., World Programming Ltd. (WPL) has filed a case seeking reimbursement of attorney fees and court costs, calling it an ‘outrageous’ IP suit. WPL has asserted that the plaintiff was more interested in increasing costs for the defendant rather than proving the case that it filed with claims relating to more than 2000 copyrights and four patents.
ITC’s Decision in IP Dispute Brought by Allergan and Medytox
shot by IP News Shots / 7:51 pm on 17 December, 2020
The USInternational Trade Commission (ITC) has affirmed a decision of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) which finds Daewoong Pharmaceutical Co, Ltd. and Evolus, Inc. of violating Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930. The ITC investigation was based on a complaint by Allergan Inc. and Medytox Inc. and the ITC banned the import, sale and marketing of the violating product Jeuveau for 21 months as opposed to the proposed 10 years by the ALJ.
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