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As automakers turn their vehicles into app-laden computers on wheels, there's one habit they don't want to acquire from Silicon Valley: fighting over patents in court.
OEMs and aftermarket crash parts makers resume their war in Washington over patent protection.
Ford is challenging Geely Holding Group's U.S. trademark application for its new Lynk & CO brand, alleging the name sounds too similar to its Lincoln Motor Co. luxury brand.
A Supreme Court ruling that patent lawsuits must be filed by companies on the defendant's turf is expected to protect U.S. automakers from predatory patent litigation.
The Supreme Court ruled that patent lawsuits must be filed on the defendant's turf, a decision expected to protect US automakers from predatory patent litigation.
The result of a Supreme Court case heard on Monday between two food companies may benefit the automotive industry and its technology suppliers.
Toyota, Honda, BMW named in U.S. patent probe; Snyder sees sales rain clouds; Brazil strike halts output at GM, Ford, Daimler, Toyota; Carvana skids in IPO; Driverless at Disney?
Judge in Waymo case threatens injunction against Uber; New Wrangler, same look?; Jeep exec: Fleet cutback won't hurt '17 sales; Toyota turns to AI; Snyder: What's odd about sales.
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