Archive for the ‘iPad’ tag
The Swiss Federal Railway is alleging that the new clock app added to the iPad in iOS 6 is an unauthorized copy of the trademarked design of clocks used throughout train stations in Switzerland. Ars Technica reports this story from the Swiss newspaper Tages Anzeiger, which maintains that the railway, Schweizerische Bundesbahnen (SBB) is planning […]
Apple has settled its ongoing trademark dispute with a Chinese company over the iPad trademark for $60 million, according to an Associated Press tweet. Here at the LegalZoom blog, we talked about Apple’s legal troubles in China back in December: The Shenzhen Municipal Intermediate People’s Court in southern China has denied Apple’s attempt to protect the […]
The Shenzhen Municipal Intermediate People’s Court in southern China has denied Apple’s attempt to protect the name “iPad” by throwing out its lawsuit against Proview Technology based in Shenzhen. In trying to protect the name “iPad” in China, Apple filed the lawsuit against the tech company alleging trademark infringement. Proview contends, however, that it registered […]
Remember the lawsuit claiming misrepresentation, breach of warranty, and fraud against Apple because some customers alleged the iPad overheats and shuts down when used outside? A federal judge in California has dismissed it with leave to amend because he found the allegations weren’t specific enough; plaintiffs can still file an amended complaint within 30 days […]
And the hits just keep on coming for Apple, Inc. Recently we’ve talked about reception problems with Apple’s iPhone 4, a possible class action over iPhone locking, and the US Copyright Office’s decision that jailbreaking an iPhone isn’t illegal; now there’s another legal action in the works against the software giant. On July 23, a […]
Are you ready to read about what’s going on this week in small business news? Let’s get started: Oil spill prompts CFO to offer small business disaster advice: Is your business located on the southeastern coast? If so, pay special attention to the advice given by Florida CFO Alex Sink on how you can best […]
If you were one of the early admirers of the iPod Nano, you might be getting a check in the mail soon.
The class action lawsuit against Apple because first generation iPod Nanos scratched too easily has been settled.