Earlier this month, BlackBerry filed a patent infringement lawsuit against the tech company Avaya. It was their first lawsuit that they filed in relation to their patent library. Now, just a few weeks removed from that first foray into the world of intellectual property lawsuits, BlackBerry has filed another lawsuit. This time, it is against a company called Blu Products. Blu sells unlocked cellphones at reasonable prices, and BlackBerry alleges that as such, Blue has infringed upon 15 of the companies roughly 44,000 patents.
August 2016 Archives
A footwear company and the designer that the company is named after have gone to court after the company sued its eponymous founder for a variety of infractions surrounding an alleged breach of contract.
Bad faith insurance is a touchy subject for many reasons. It is a complex claim, one that requires the skilled hand of an experienced attorney to ensure that the case is handled properly. But the "touchy" nature of bad faith insurance claims comes from the very nature of insurance itself. People want their insurance to come through when they need it; and insurers don't want to pay out claims that aren't warranted or covered by the policy.
You may not have heard about a trademark lawsuit involving two universities that was filed in 2012, but the ruling has finally been made in the case and it warrants some discussion. Florida International University (FIU) sued Florida National University after the latter institution changed it's name from Florida National College to Florida National University.