Posts Tagged ‘infringement’

Ericsson Sues Acer, D-Link For Wireless Patent Infringement

According to reports in Taiwanese local media, Ericsson has sued companies, including D-Link, Acer and Netgear, in Texas, U.S., for infringement of wireless products. The reports state that the prosecuted businesses in Ericsson’s lawsuit include D-Link’s parent company; D-Link’s subsidiary in America; Acer’s parent company; Acer’s subsidiary in America; Netgear; and Gateway, which has been […]


Samsung To Pay CNY50 Million For Patent Infringement In China

According to the decision announced by the Intermediate People’s Court of Hangzhou, the Korean electronics maker Samsung has been ordered to pay CNY50 million compensation to the Zhejiang-based Holley Communications for infringing the patent of Holley’s GSM/CDMA dual-mode handsets.


Chinese Academics Sue Beijing Wanfang Data For Copyright Infringement

According to Beijing Chaoyang People’s Court, 480 academics have sued Wanfang Data, an Internet information contents provider in China, for illegally including their dissertations in Wanfang’s data resource system and its dissertation database called Dissertations of China.


Boo Hoo Hoo: Qihoo Sues Rising For Reputation Infringement

Qihoo announced that the company sued Chinese anti-virus company Rising and technology website Zol.com.cn for reputation infringement on August 25 and the case has been accepted by People’s Court of Chaoyang District, Beijing.


Ku6.com Sued For Infringing Chinese Movie’s Copyright

Online video website Ku6.com has been sued by the film marketing and planning branch of China Film Group Corporation for copyright infringement of its film “Red Cliff” and the case has been accepted by Haidian People’s Court, Beijing.


Four Chinese Companies Punished For Selling Fake NEC Keyboards

Beijing No. 1 Secondary People’s Court has sentenced four Chinese companies, including Beijing Shiji Yuehua Technology Development Center, to pay CNY1.15 million in compensation to Nippon Electric Company Limit for making and selling fake keyboards with the latter’s brand.