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Patexia Insight 109: 1/4 of All Trademark Applications Are from China

Tomorrow, we are releasing our inaugural Trademark Prosecution Intelligence Report. Similar to our other Insight Reports, for this, we evaluated more than 2.6 million trademark...

Fresh From the Bench: Latest Federal Circuit Court Cases

CASE OF THE WEEK Ronald Chandler v. Phoenix Services LLC, Appeal No. 2020-1848 (Fed. Cir. June 10, 2021) In this week’s Case of the Week, the Federal Circuit addressed the...

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The smart phone arena and its lure are such that they have prompted Google to erupt its feelings out for its competitors. And Google is not to be blamed much for the... Read More »
Consider a hypothetical situation where the MD of ‘Techomigo’, a budding small software-technology company, receives a notice of infringement one fine... Read More »
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Pritesh KasliwalNot to Mention the famous RIM (Manufacturer of Blackberry) case, where the patent troll company won $612.5 M. Patent troll is an unethical business, indeed.
Jul 29, 2011
Nishant BoraIndeed, compulsory licenses can only provide effective solution to the multiplying trolls. Otherwise, the law is such that presently, functioning of trolls cannot be categorized as illegal under any statute.
Jul 27, 2011
The time has come for companies to find more innovative ways to avoid disputes over intellectual property. Everything is upside down and wrong way around in the... Read More »
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