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Monkey selfie, Octane, Halo, Garmin, Navico, Qualcomm, Apple, PTAB, Amazon – the week in IP

Michael Loney


A monkey selfie settlement, the Federal Circuit ruling on Octane, Halo being denied enhanced damages, an award of $39m damages for Navico, a denial of Qualcomm’s motion for an injunction against Apple, the percentage of women appearing before the PTAB, the expiration of Amazon’s one-click patent, and IBM chief patent counsel Manny Schecter’s hopes for the new USPTO director were in the recent intellectual property news

Ropes & Gray hires PTAB chair from Oblon, and other US people moves

European Commission makes Brexit IP proposal

Key points of Australia's proposed IP reforms

Know your enemy: Fighting IP crime in the UK

PTAB August round-up: Filing down;...




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