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Copyright Office rejects Aereo's compulsory licence claim
22 July 2014 | New York
The US Copyright Office has rejected Aereo’s application for a compulsory licence to protected TV broadcasts, as figures reveal that it has had fewer than 80,000 subscribers in the last two years... readmore

Innovation patents under review in Australia
22 July 2014 | Philip, Canberra
The Australian Government Advisory Council on Intellectual Property (ACIP) has proposed several changes to the country's innovation patent system... readmore

Baroness becomes IP minister
21 July 2014 | London
Baroness Lucy Neville-Rolfe is to join the Department for Business Innovation and Skills as the under-secretary of state for intellectual property... readmore

Morningstar pays $61 Million in trade secrets case
21 July 2014 | Chicago
Morningstar has agreed to pay $61 million to settle with Business Logic over alleged trade secret theft... readmore

Anti-piracy scheme begins next year
21 July 2014 | London
UK residents who continually pirate music and movies will soon be receiving email warnings that their actions are illegal... readmore

Loeb & Loeb welcomes senior counsel
21 July 2014 | Chicago
Law firm Loeb & Loeb LLP has recruited David Newman as senior counsel in its Chicago office... readmore

eBay and LVMH collaborate to protect IP
18 July 2014 | Brussels
LVHM and eBay will work together in order to protect intellectual property rights and combat counterfeits in online commerce after the two reached settlement over fake goods... readmore

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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

Trademark fever
24 June 2014
Spain has been famously dumped out the World Cup, the England team continue to disappoint fans, Belgium is emerging as a potential winner, and plenty more besides. Oh, and a trademark conference took place in Alicante recently 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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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

David Kappos
Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP
01 April 2014
Cravath, Swaine & Moore is a law firm that has a very specific set of issues that it gets to handle, which are really challenging... readmore

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