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Japanese tech giant Maxell on Friday slapped Apple with a suit claiming smartphone and tablet technologies used in its iOS devices — including the FaceTime and Find Your Friends features — infringe 10 of Maxell's patents.
A food packaging company continues to urge the Eighth Circuit to revive its antitrust lawsuit against its larger rival, arguing that a district judge wrongly tossed claims that patents asserted against it were obtained fraudulently and asserting the court blurred the line between different antitrust claims.
A Washington federal court will reconsider a $4 million copyright infringement award against the Zillow Group after the Ninth Circuit said Friday the lower court hadn't determined whether a real estate photography company's allegedly infringed photos should be treated as individual works or as a compilation.
Two llama puppets have become “de facto members of the band” Fall Out Boy, appearing on stage, album covers and merchandise — well beyond their agreed-upon usage for a single music video, the puppet studio that made them said in a suit filed Friday in New York federal court.
InvestPic LLC has urged the U.S. Supreme Court to review a Federal Circuit decision that the company’s patent for a method for analyzing financial data was too abstract under the high court’s Alice decision, saying that the appellate court misapplied a test to determine patent eligibility by requiring that the invention have a “physical” improvement.