HPE ordered to pay Oracle $30m for Solaris IP infringement & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…

A ruling on whether or not to waive patent rules will this week show if the trade body is for the world or the west.

HPE ordered to pay Oracle $30m for Solaris IP infringement

Hewlett Packard Enterprise must pay Oracle $30 million for copyright infringement after a jury found it guilty of providing customers with Solaris software updates without Big Red’s permission.

Chinese enterprises are enjoying easier access to international protection of their design work as China has joined the Hague agreement, a global treaty to govern the registration of industrial design.

Countries haggle through the night to salvage WTO deals

Ministers were frantically haggling through the night into Thursday at the World Trade Organization in a bid to salvage deals on food security, fishing and combating Covid-19.

Back to Top

for Jobs by Email Newsletters Postgraduate Courses Careers Events