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Judge upholds ‘Redskins’ trademark cancellation decision

A judge ruled in favor of opponents of the Washington NFL team’s “Redskins” name Wednesday after hearing arguments from both sides in District Court this week, according to the Washington Post. Washington filed a lawsuit in August to contest the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office decision to remove…

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Amazon ordered to trial over watch trademark

Multi Time Machine will get its day in court over Amazon’s infringement of its trademark, California court rules. Despite its legal efforts, Amazon will have to go to trial over a trademark lawsuit, a federal appeals court ruled on Monday. High-end watchmaker Multi Time Machine…

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Microsoft, Kyocera settle patent suit over Android phones

Microsoft and Kyocera have settled a dispute over Android patents, and simultaneously entered into a patent cross-licensing arrangement about which no details are available. In March, Microsoft sued Japanese electronics maker Kyocera, alleging Kyocera’s Android phones violated seven Microsoft patents. On July 2, the two…

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Ericsson Seeks Documents in Apple Patent Dispute

Ericsson’s patent dispute with Apple continues to grind forward, with the Swedish company asking a Taiwanese company thought to be an Apple supplier to produce documents that could be relevant to its court case. Simplo Technology has been asked to produce the names of any…

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