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Aereo’s intangibles fetch $1.25 million
02 March 2015 | New York
TiVo and RPX Corporation have paid a combined $1.25 million for bankrupt Aereo’s intangible assets, including patents and trademarks... readmore

Google spends $25 million on .app gTLD
27 February 2015 | California
Google has purchased .app for $25 million, the highest price ever paid for a new gTLD in an auction... readmore

Taft Stettinius & Hollister hires two litigators
27 February 2015 | Chicago
Taft Stettinius & Hollister (Taft) has hired two litigators, John Riccione and Andrew Alul, to its Chicago office... readmore

Jerry Sewell joins Patterson IP firm
27 February 2015 | Tennessee
Patent attorney, Jerry Sewell has joined Patterson Intellectual Property Law firm... readmore

Pillsbury expands Austin presence
27 February 2015 | Austin
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman (Pillsbury), has expanded its Austin IP practice with the addition of a four-partner team, Edward Cavazos, Barry Shelton, Michael Chibib and Conor Civinsto... readmore

Canon teams up with 3D Systems
27 February 2015 | London
The European arm of Canon has joined the 3D printing trend, and entered a licensing agreement South Carolina-based 3D Systems... readmore

EU patent applications continue to soar
27 February 2015 | Munich
European patent filings increased 3.1 percent in 2014, hitting a new record high of more than 274,000 in a single year... readmore

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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

Protecting patents abroad: jumping Section 39 may prove fatal
10 February 2015
Abhai Pandey and Priya Anuragini of LexOrbis analyse the hurdles to be overcome when filing PCT applications in India readmore

What we need in a new Copyright Act, and what we don’t
10 February 2015
Congress must listen to internet users, technology experts and the broader public before making big changes to US copyright law, argues Mitch Stoltz of consumer protection group the Electronic Frontier Foundation readmore

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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

Nordics
10 February 2015
Sweden and Iceland are keen to work with other Nordic offices to boost IP access 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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