AMT Wins Patents for Chemical Vapor Smoothing in Europe

AMT (Additive Manufacturing Technologies – the global leader specializing in the safe and sustainable post-processing solutions of additively manufactured parts) has quite recently got its core portfolio of patents for chemical vapor smoothing granted. AMT’s patents focus on the novel and inventive apparatus, which is used in the chemical vapor smoothing of thermoplastic polymer parts […]

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University of Washington Wins Patent for its Innovative Air Filtration Technology

The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has quite recently issued a patent to the University of Washington (a public research university in Seattle, Washington, founded in 1861) for a new form of energy-efficient and high-capacity air filtration technology developed at the UW Sensors, Energy, and Automation Laboratory. The design, which pairs the particle-repelling plates […]

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SAIP is All Set to Block 231 Websites that Violate Rules and Regulations

The Saudi Authority for Intellectual Property (SAIP) is the official government body in Saudi Arabia responsible for the organization, protection, and promotion of Intellectual Property (IP) in the Kingdom. Under its competencies, the SAIP has quite recently organized an online inspection campaign on platforms and websites, including sites broadcast from outside the Kingdom that violate […]

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Google Countersues Sonos as the Patent Dispute over Wireless Speakers Heats Up

The American multinational technology company, Google, has quite recently escalated a dispute with Sonos Inc., (an American audio company based in California) over the wireless home speaker market by filing a Patent Infringement lawsuit. The battle between the two companies, which had been working together to incorporate some specific Google features in Sonos’ speakers, erupted […]

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Netflix Secures ‘Space Force’ Trademarks Ahead of the US Armed Forces

The Netflix original comedy, ‘Space Force,’ starring Steve Carell and based on the new branch of the military launched by President Donald Trump, has quite recently obtained the Trademark Rights for the name before the US government. Space Force is the space warfare service branch of the US Armed Forces. According to various reports, the […]

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Piaggio Wins Copyright Dispute against the Chinese Copy of Vespa Model

Piaggio Group (an Italian motor vehicle manufacturer that specializes in producing a range of compact commercial vehicles and two-wheeled motor vehicles) has quite recently won a Copyright dispute against a two-wheeler Chinese manufacturer for copying the Vespa model, Primavera. In a recently issued statement, the Piaggio Group has mentioned that the design registered by the […]

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Redfin’s Cofounder Sues Redfin Alleging Patent Infringement

David Eraker, the cofounder of Redfin (a Seattle-based real-estate company founded in 2004), has quite recently filed a Patent Infringement lawsuit against Redfin to stop it from making use of the image-based rendering patents owned by Surefield (a real estate company founded by David Eraker in 2012). The lawsuit is filed at United States District […]

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Kashmiri Saffron Receives the Geographical Indication (GI) Tag

We all have heard about Agra’s Petha, Mathura’s Peda, Darjeeling Tea, Banarasi and Kanjeevaram Sarees, and Manipur’s Black Rice, as they are well-known in India by their names. All these products have received the Geographical Indication (GI) tag. As of now, somewhere around 624 products in India have got the GI tag, and Kashmiri Saffron […]

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Tile Files Four Trademark Infringement Lawsuits Corresponding to Unauthorized Sales

Tile Inc., an American consumer electronics company specializing in providing wireless tracking devices and services, has quite recently filed four Trademark Infringement lawsuits against CellnTell Distribution Inc., 888 Digital Inc., S&W Dealz, and Digital Pavilion Electronics. The four lawsuits are filed in the New York Northern District Court, New Jersey District Court, Massachusetts District Court, […]

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French Competition Authority Orders Google to Pay Copyright Fees to Media Groups

France’s competition regulator has quite recently stated that Google must begin paying the media groups for displaying their content. It has ordered the tech giant to start involving in negotiations after refusing for several months now to comply with the new digital Copyright Law of Europe. It said that Google, within three months, needs to […]

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