Peloton sued for alleged patent infringement & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…

Mad Dogg Athletics sues Peloton for alleged patent infringement

Peloton is being sued for alleged patent infringement by Mad Dogg Athletics who pioneered the popularity of static bike spinning in the 1990s.

Fisher & Paykel win patent infringement case over ventilator technology

In a court battle between Flexicare and Fisher & Paykel over ventilator technology, the UK High Court has ruled that the patent held by Fisher & Paykel is valid and infringed by Flexicare.

WTO debates proposal to exempt Covid-19 vaccines from IP rights

The World Trade Organisation had a debate where they discussed a proposal to exempt Void-19 vaccines from intellectual property rights, with pharmaceutical companies against the idea.

Pfizer applies for trademark for new catchphrase

Pharmaceutical giant, Pfizer have filed to trademark the phrase ‘Science will make the breakthrough’ to market their vaccines.

Innocan Pharma completes trademark registration in the EU, UK and Switzerland

Innocan Pharma Corporation have announced that it has completed it’s registration of its trademarks; Innocan Pharma, Relief & Go and SHIR in the EU, UK and Switzerland.

Ericsson files lawsuit against Samsung in the US

Ericsson is in a patent and royalties battle with Samsung over a dispute about royalty payments and patent licences.

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