satellite-dish.jpgIPNews® – Dish Network has run into issues with use of its “Dish Anywhere” Trademark.

Dish Network’s biggest competitors filed oppositions in the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board to block its newly filed Trademark Application for “Dish Anywhere.”  The companies claimed that they would be damaged by if the application were allowed to proceed to

tv_remote_control.jpgIPNews® – A major settlement was struck over TiVo’s patent infringement claims with three major competitors agreeing to pay $490 million.

TiVo brought separate lawsuits against Motorola, Time Warner Cable, and Cisco Systems, claiming that their TV recording devices violated TiVo’s original patent for such a device.  This collective settlement reinforces the strength of TiVo’s

tv setup.jpgIPNews® – TiVo Inc.’s damages for Motorola Mobility Inc. and Time Warner Cable Inc.’s alleged infringement of its patented digital video recording technology could add up to billions of dollars, TiVo told a Texas court Monday.

Motorola’s massive production of infringing DVRs outclasses the number of products at issue in TiVo’s previous infringement cases against

movie-film-cannister.jpgLos Angeles – In the largest Internet copyright infringement case in United States history, a federal judge is permitting the U.S. Copyright Group (USCG) to subpoena Internet service providers for the identities of 23,000 file sharers who illegally downloaded the film “The Expendables.”  The USCG is a plaintiff’s organization which brings together independent film companies