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Court hands second win to Intellectual Ventures
31 March 2015 | Delaware
A Delaware jury has handed another win to Intellectual Ventures in its litigation against Motorola Mobility, finding the mobile device maker guilty of infringing a second patent... readmore

Retiring Texas chief judge to join Fish & Richardson
31 March 2015 | Boston
US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas chief Judge Leonard Davis will join Fish & Richardson in May... readmore

EIP hires patent pair
30 March 2015 | London
EIP has hired Tawnya Somauroo and Shubhra Padiyar to strengthen its patent prosecution and searching capabilities... readmore

EC outlines digital single market priorities
30 March 2015 | Brussels
The European Commission will publish plans for a digital single market in May. It aims to give consumers and businesses better access to digital goods and services... readmore

Russell Slifer is the USPTO’s new deputy director
27 March 2015 | Virginia
Russell Slifer has been named as deputy director of the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)... readmore

CJEU: copyright should include live sports streams
27 March 2015 | Luxemburg
EU member states can extend copyright protection to sports broadcasts streamed live over the internet, the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) has ruled... readmore

Australia plans more power for copyright owners
26 March 2015 | Canberra
A bill has been introduced in Australia that could give courts the power to issue injunctions to force ISPs to block access to foreign websites that enable copyright infringement... readmore

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Cease and desist ceasing and desisting
10 March 2015
Australian ISPs and copyright owners have (finally) put their differences aside and decided to jointly tackle online copyright infringement readmore

#50ShadesOfSway
24 February 2015
Nathalie Dreyfus of Dreyfus examines the hashtag and whether the prolific marketing and sharing tool can be protected as an intellectual property right readmore

Fighting back: EU to take on the hackers
10 February 2015
There are concerns surrounding the Network and Information Security Directive. Nathalie Dreyfus examines the potential consequences of the draft legislation... readmore

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UK
24 February 2015
A final resolution to the Interflora case has been delayed—again readmore

Eastern Europe
10 February 2015
Eastern European countries and neighbouring Russia all attract fake goods from Asia. Experts discuss how to tackle the problem readmore

Canada
10 February 2015
Canada has long been criticised for its policies regarding combating counterfeit goods, and especially regarding the border enforcement of intellectual property... readmore

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Ben Crawford
CentralNic
09 December 2014
Brands are finally moving forward with their new gTLD applications, says Ben Crawford, whose registry services business CentralNic is helping them along readmore

Emmanuel Harrar
Harbour Technologies
09 December 2014
IPzen is a state-of-the-art tool for the management and protection of trademarks and domain names, according to its designer, Emmanuel Harrar readmore

Lovísa Jónsdóttir
Tego IP Consulting
11 November 2014
Iceland is the latest country to issue injunctions against ISPs to force them to block access to copyright infringing websites. Lovísa Jónsdóttir of Tego IP Consulting explains... readmore

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