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US Patents and the potential global monopoly effect for software LimeGreen IP News

Earlier this summer, the Supreme Court held that the Patent Act’s damages provision, 35 U.S.C. 284, allowed a patent holder to recover foreign lost profits when patent infringement...


Hogan Lovells: ITC Section 337 Quarterly Highlights (March 2018)
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The latest news round-up from our Hogan Lovells ITC Section 337 practice, including a new section featuring “tips from the bench” by former ITC Judge Theodore (Ted) R. Essex.


U.S. Energy Disputes: Patents or Trade Secrets? Yes, Please.

Most energy companies implement Intellectual Property (“IP”) strategies to protect and exploit company IP (offense) and navigate third-party rights (defense). Traditionally,...


US: Amazon Wins IP Transfer Tax Dispute, but Favorable Tax Treatment May No Longer be Available

Earlier this year in Amazon v. Commissioner, 148 T.C. No. 8 (March 23, 2017), the U.S. Tax Court issued a 207-page decision largely upholding Amazon’s tax treatment of an intellectual ...

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Six Modern Technology Cases Involving the California Constitutional Right to Privacy Bloomberg BNA

Over 40 years ago, when the citizens of California made privacy a constitutional right, the internet was in its infancy, web browsers would not exist for another 20 years, social networks...

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Battle to Unlock the Box Intellectual Property Magazine

Consider the following scenario: a consumer has been paying monthly fees to her cable company to rent a set-top box for over a decade.

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Considering the Value of Manufacturing Trade Secrets, Confidential Know-How in 'Medtronic' Tax Management Transfer Pricing Report™

These days, licensing between affiliate members of a multinational corporate family is prevalent. While reaching agreement between friendly parties on licensing terms may be easier than it...

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China – When do cease-and-desist letters become unfair competition? LimeGreen IP News

Owners of Chinese patents should take care not to be overly aggressive in asserting their patent rights, especially when dealing with a retailer, dealer, or importer. So long as the patent...

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Tax Dispute Over Coca-Cola's Non-U.S. Trademarks Explained World Trademark Review Daily

The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Coca-Cola are locked in a battle regarding the proper allocation of income between Coca-Cola and its foreign affiliates pursuant to trademark and ...

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