IP reporting and commentary continues to abound around the blogs, with last week having been particularly patent-tinged.
|This Kat is pondering extra-territorial losses|
CREATe (University of Glasgow) and the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia have published their response to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)'s public consultation on its recent Draft Media Bargaining Code, comparing it against the EU press publishers’ right and recommending amendments.
Comparative Patent Remedies reported on Halo Electronics' effort to recover damages for extra-territorial loss, commenting that its motion appears to violate the principle of patent territoriality and would fall outwith any argument for non-duplicate recovery of extra-territorial losses caused by domestic infringement.
In a 2-part piece on Spicy IP, Adarsh Ramanujan summarised and commented on the recent UK dismissal of appeals filed by Huawei/ZTE as SEP implementers against their holders, Unwired and Conversant, suggesting that while the ultimate decision may be unwieldy, it is difficult to envisage a better alternative in the circumstances.
Recent developments in Sisvel's extensive European litigation as a non-practising entity feature over on Juve Patent, which reports that it has filed a patent infringement suit against Xiaomi, the Chinese mobile phone manufacturer, at the Munich Regional Court, suing the German, French and Dutch subsidiaries of Xiaomi alongside Xiaomi Inc.
The Fashion Law provided an update on Off-White's attempts to register a trade mark for "Product Bag" (including quotation marks), as yet refused by the USPTO, as a potential precursor to asserting rights in the use of quotation marks more generally.
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