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Oct 14, 2017
Qualcomm confirms filing of lawsuit against Apple in China to halt the manufacture and sale of iPhonesQualcomm filed the suits in a Beijing intellectual property court, claiming patent infringement and is seeking injunctive relief.
Oct 12, 2017
BlackBerry signs license agreement with BLU Products ending patent dispute between them12 October’s agreement will include on-going payments from BLU to BlackBerry, the companies said, but did not give further details.
Oct 10, 2017
Qualcomm offers EU concessions over and above its $38 billion NXP semiconductors acquisition, to keep antitrust concerns at bayQualcomm, which supplies chips to Android smartphone makers and Apple, submitted its proposal on 5 October, a filing on the European Commission site showed on Monday, without providing details.
Sep 16, 2017
BlackBerry and Timex enter into a patent-licensing agreement: Is a smartwatch launch imminent?The coming together of BlackBerry and Timex, two giants of their respective industries have lead the sources predicting if BlackBerry is set to launch a smartwatch.
Sep 15, 2017
GST: Taxing visual art, while mega money maker actors, sportspersons are exempted, is absurdThis baseless discrimination under GST has put the art market, as such limping due to the impact of demonetisation, down to gasping for sheer survival
Sep 07, 2017
Not all McDonald's stores closed in Delhi; NCLAT to hear appeal today, says Vikram BakshiMcDonald's India had terminated franchise agreement for 169 outlets run by CPRL alleging breach of contract terms and payment default.
Sep 05, 2017
Twitter's new terms allowing other companies to republish user content draws flak onlineTwitter's new terms of service that apparently allow other companies to re-publish content on its platform without any compensation have sparked widespread online criticism.
Sep 01, 2017
Fashion in IPR mode: Rohit Bal, Anju Modi, Anita Dongre copyright designs as plagiarism spreadsDesigner clothes are often improvisations of existing styles of clothes. Therefore, another issue which arises is whether every design is ‘original’ enough to merit protection?
Aug 27, 2017
India lacks landmark judgments on design piracy, only identical imitations attract copyright infringementIn the absence of a landmark judgment in India on the issue of design piracy involving designer clothes, it is best to assume that only obvious/identical imitations or imitations with minor differences (such as colour) would be considered design piracy.
Aug 18, 2017
India and Japan reaffirm their commitment towards a secure and accessible cyberspaceIndia and Japan have reaffirmed their commitment to a secure and accessible cyberspace during the Second India-Japan Cyber Dialogue held in Delhi.