Archive for the ‘REWIND’ Category
This week, our REWIND of international business news covers Italian court decision that the sky is the limit for Emirates Airline; meanwhile, European venture capitalists skip the 11-hour flight to Silicon Valley to invest in European tech startups; and major global music companies are accused of trying to take the whole “cloud” down.
This week in international business, we have a case going to the Supreme Court, which may determine whether a tougher standard for patentability may be enforced; Canada’s “trade-mark” law reform; millions of new Google shares on the market; and Mississippi extends trade-secret protections to universities and colleges.
In this week’s REWIND of international business law news, trouble is brewing as French workers hold their managers captive, a Swiss drug maker is investigated for exaggerating in its advertising, and a New Zealand dairy giant suffers legal ramifications for selling contaminated baby milk.
This week in international business news, we discuss Twitter’s lack of patents and implications on its IPO, Hewlett-Packard seeking buyer for its mobile-computing patents, and Mattel suffers a loss in its trademark battle with Zynga over “Scrabble with Friends” in the U.K.
This week in the REWIND of international business news, we cover the J.P. Morgan settlement for reckless trading, the decision by Supreme Court on suit against Nokia for patent royalties, and Samsung’s efforts to get import ban vetoed.
In this week’s REWIND of international business news, it is all about intellectual property. We cover patent protection (or not) for software in New Zealand, another lawsuit in sports centered around use of players’ names and likeness, and an attempts by Minnesota to protect businesses from patent trolls.