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FusionExperience launches novum
31 July 2014 | London
FusionExperience has launched a new cloud-based intellectual property application, novum.. readmore

Report reveals 36 million items intercepted by EU
31 July 2014 | Brussels
Customs authorities in the EU intercepted almost 36 million items suspected of violating intellectual property rights in 2013, according to the EU Commission's annual report... readmore

Google Glass almost a trademark
30 July 2014 | California
Google may just break the glass ceiling surrounding its attempt to trademark “glass” after coming to a compromise with trademark holders in June... readmore

Bose sues Beats over noise-cancelling patents
30 July 2014 | Wilmington
Bose has sued headphone manufacturer Beats for patent infringement over its line of noise-cancelling audio gear... readmore

Apple withdraws cross appeal of Samsung case
29 July 2014 | Cupertino
Apple has withdrawn its cross-appeal of Judge Lucy Koh's decision in its patent trial against Samsung, meaning the company will no longer seek a product ban... readmore

BuzzFeed fires editor over plagiarism
29 July 2014 | New York
News and entertainment aggregator BuzzFeed has sacked its political editor after Twitter users discovered he had lifted sentences and phrases from other websites without citation... readmore

Bass, Berry & Sims expands in Washington DC
28 July 2014 | Washington DC
Bass, Berry & Sims has welcomed attorney Ronald Sigworth to its intellectual property practice group, in its Washington DC office... readmore

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More trademarks in store for Apple
22 July 2014
Is Apple’s store layout trademark an open and shut case? readmore

Down the rabbit hole
08 July 2014
Did the Supreme Court just make novelty the hallmark of patent eligible subject matter, asks Michael Gulliford of Soryn IP Group readmore

No more Aereo anymore
08 July 2014
The US Supreme Court has long been the venue for hard-hitting copyright cases, and ABC v Aereo was no exception readmore

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24 June 2014
Sergey Medvedev of Gorodissky & Partners examines the Russian IP Court’s ruling on the protection of database content in social media readmore

10 June 2014
Maria del Carmen Arana Courrejolles of Estudio Colmenares & Asociados explains how to protect non-traditional marks in Peru readmore

10 June 2014
The story behind Lego, in intellectual property circles at least, is one with many twists and turns. In Poland, a recent case saw the pieces fit much easier together, as Patpol’s Anna Zakrocka reports readmore

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Elisa Cooper
22 July 2014
Elisa Cooper of MarkMonitor discusses the takeaway topics from last month’s ICANN meeting in London, with accountability high on the agenda... readmore

Matthieu Aubert
10 June 2014
Registries are considering introducing their own services to complement the TMCH. Matthieu Aubert of Mailclub examines the possible consequences readmore

Jan Corstens and Jonathan Robinson
10 June 2014
The TMCH has achieved major milestones since its inception. Jan Corstens and Jonathan Robinson reveal more readmore

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