Why Non-Rehearsing Substances (NPEs) Are Useful For China

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As of late, Non-Practicing Entities (hereinafter alluded to as “NPEs”) shifts their concentration to China. A few remarks are of the view that China is turning into the favored scene for worldwide organizations to get and implement patent rights, which mirrors the greatness of China’s monetary effect and its productive and dependable legitimate framework. The […]

Starbucks Slapped with a Trademark Infringement Lawsuit over its Unicorn Latte

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Starbucks Corp has been slapped with a trademark infringement lawsuit by a New York coffee shop in connection with its highly-Instagrammable Unicorn Latte. According to lawsuit, which filed on Wednesday in U.S. District Court in New York, the End Brooklyn and its owner, Montauk Juice Factory (“the plaintiffs”), allege that they created the Unicorn Latte, […]

ITC’S Chance to Restore Reason and the Public Interest in the Qualcomm vs Apple Case

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A regulatory law judge at the U.S. Worldwide Exchange Commission as of late discovered patent encroachment for Qualcomm’s situation against Apple (See Qualcomm v. Apple), however then mysteriously declined to prescribe that the commission issue an avoidance arrange against infringer Apple. The ALJ discovered that Apple’s iPhones, made in China, containing Intel chips, likewise made […]

T10 cricket League incurs PSL wrath over ‘infringement’ in Pakistan

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Several PSL franchises have embarked on a warpath with the UAE-based T10 league, writing a letter to the PCB chairman Ehsan Mani to express alarm at the encroachment of the T10 league into what they consider their territory. The letter, which ESPNcricinfo has obtained a copy of, “highlights serious concerns”, and among other things, asks […]