- Texas withdraws 'Havoc' basketball trademark applications Updated: May-05-15 5:42 pm
RICHMOND, Virginia - While VCU lost its basketball coach to the University of Texas, its trademarked "havoc" label is staying in Virginia.
- Texas withdraws 'Havoc' basketball trademark applications Updated: May-05-15 3:46 pm
RICHMOND, Virginia - The University of Texas has abandoned plans to trademark "HORNS HAVOC" and "HOUSE OF HAVOC."
- Federal judge upholds Texas' Alamo trademark Updated: May-01-15 7:14 pm
SAN ANTONIO - A federal judge has ruled that as the owner of the Alamo, the state of Texas also owns the shrine's image and can challenge those who use its likeness.
- Internet piracy bill passes Legislature, goes to governor Updated: Apr-24-15 5:40 pm
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - A bill to combat Internet piracy of music and movies is heading to Gov. Rick Scott for consideration despite opposition from some of the nation's biggest Internet companies.
- Bill to combat Internet piracy passes in Florida Senate Updated: Apr-22-15 2:52 pm
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - Websites that distribute commercial movies and music online would be required to identify their owners under legislation passed by the Florida Senate.
- Internet companies oppose Florida proposals to regulate web Updated: Apr-20-15 12:37 pm
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - Some Florida lawmakers want to impose state-level regulations on the free-wheeling online world, and are drawing opposition from some of the nation's biggest Internet companies including Google, Yahoo, Facebook and Ebay.
- Wisconsin-based company settles suit filed by Eagles member Updated: Apr-17-15 2:10 am
BELLEVILLE, Wisconsin - Wisconsin-based outdoor apparel retailer Duluth Trading Co. has settled a lawsuit from Eagles founding member Don Henley alleging trademark infringement.
- 'Game of Thrones' hit by piracy from Twitter-owned app users Updated: Apr-14-15 10:02 pm
LOS ANGELES - HBO's "Game of Thrones" has the dubious honor of being popular with both pirates and viewers.
- This year's fight for the tech industry: Patent trolls Updated: Apr-14-15 3:51 pm
WASHINGTON - The same week that Alex Haro and Chris Hulls raised $50 million for their mobile app, Life360, the business partners got a letter. It said they had three days to pay licensing fees to a company they had never heard of because their app violated its patented technology.
- Official says China may raise damages caps for IP violations Updated: Apr-14-15 4:37 am
SHANGHAI - China is considering raising its notoriously low limits on damages for intellectual property violations and strengthening litigation on trade secret theft, a Shanghai city official said Tuesday.
- Australia judge disclosing alleged Internet pirates' details Updated: Apr-07-15 4:44 am
SYDNEY - Internet providers lost an Australian court battle on Tuesday to keep secret the names of Internet users suspected of illegally downloading Hollywood movie "Dallas Buyers Club" over file-sharing networks.