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China surpasses two million copyright registrations
27 February 2017 | Beijing
China has surpassed two million copyright registrations in 2016, according to the National Copyright Administration of China Read more

Alibaba calls for tougher counterfeit penalties
27 February 2017 | Hangzhou
Alibaba Group has called for heavier criminal penalties against counterfeiters in China Read more

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Abandon all hope, ye who settle here
Feature: The BRICS IP Forum and the IP Summit allowed intellectual property professionals to reflect on a topsy-turvy 2016, and hope for a simpler 2017 Read more

Serbia
Country profile: A court’s interpretation of the current events exception in Radosavljević is creative, write Bogdan Ivanišević and Marko Popović of BDK Advokati Read more

Bob Barchiesi :: IACC
Interview: Since the IACC’s Spring Conference, the coalition has continued its fight against counterfeiters across the globe. President Bob Barchiesi explains Read more

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Final judgement in Akami v Limelight
07 July 2016 | Massachusetts | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Limelight Networks will pay Akami Technologies $51 million in damages, a US district court has ruled... Read more
Getty Images takes aim at Google
03 May 2016 | Brussels
Getty Images has filed a competition law complaint against Google with the European Commission over the internet company’s Images search engine... Read more

FAST and V.i. Labs tackle unintentional infringement
11 April 2016 | Maidenhead
The Federation Against Software Theft and V.i. Labs have teamed up to launch an educational campaign aimed at businesses that unintentionally use unlicensed software... Read more

Oracle demands £9.3 billion from Google
30 March 2016 | California
Oracle is seeking $9.3 billion in damages from Google, recently unsealed court documents have revealed... Read more

IT manager admits to IP losses
08 September 2015 | Washington DC
An IT manager has admitted to sending damaging computer code to his former employer’s servers that destroyed the software company’s intellectual property... Read more

EFF critiques Argentine censorship draft
13 August 2015 | Washington DC
The Argentine House of Representatives debate over reforms to the National Anti-discrimination Act are too broad and ambiguous, says the Electronic Frontier Foundation... Read more

Google fails to overturn FRAND ruling
06 August 2015 | California
Google acted in bad faith by trying to charge Microsoft a premium on patents essential to WiFi and video compression standards, the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has ruled... Read more

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Interviews
Abandon all hope, ye who settle here
The BRICS IP Forum and the IP Summit allowed intellectual property professionals to reflect on a topsy-turvy 2016, and hope for a simpler 2017 Read more

IP don’t like Cyber Mondays
Experts from Dreyfus, MarkMonitor and Pointer Brand Protection & Research discuss what brands can do to protect their trademarks online during the Cyber Monday sales, with counterfeits expected to be widely available Read more

Tools of the trademark
TM Cloud’s Practice Guide is the latest addition to a system that can help brands achieve robust protection in a world reliant on brand power Read more

You’ve gotta keep ‘em separated
Laura Ganoza, Julie McGinnis and Jeffrey Greene of Foley & Lardner examine Star Athletica v Varsity Brands and the copyrightability of elements of useful articles Read more

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Serbia
A court’s interpretation of the current events exception in Radosavljević is creative, write Bogdan Ivanišević and Marko Popović of BDK Advokati Read more

Taiwan
Yu-Li Tsai of Deep & Far examines how damages are calculated in patent infringement litigation in Taiwan Read more

Mexico
A recent amendment will make costly annulments a thing of the past. Gilberto Sanchez, partner at SPECyF, explains Read more

Turkey
New legislation in Turkey promises a swathe of trademark changes. Dr Cahit Suluk of Cahit Suluk Intellectual Property Law Firm explains Read more

Hungary
A recent trademark decision in Hungary clarified ‘against the public order’ as an absolute ground for refusal. Dr Judit Lantos and Dr Ildiko Komor Hennel of Sár and Partners – Danubia Patent & Law Office report on how the case proceeded Read more

Serbia
Bogdan Ivanišević and Marko Popović of BDK Advokati review the recent squabble about copyright protection in Serbia for ‘routinely created photos’ Read more

China
Alston & Bird recently expanded with a new office focusing on counselling Chinese companies on US intellectual property law. Yitai Hu, its chief representative, explains what patent owners face when working across borders. Read more

Canada
Canada is decidedly less innovative that many of its peers. Sheema Khan of Shapiro Cohen LLP finds out why Read more

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Bob Barchiesi
IACC
Since the IACC’s Spring Conference, the coalition has continued its fight against counterfeiters across the globe. President Bob Barchiesi explains Read more

Nathalie Dreyfus
Dreyfus
Dreyfus recently held a seminar on trademarks and domain names in Iran as international brands look toward the country for opportunities. Nathalie Dreyfus reveals what was discussed, and how brands can benefit Read more

Michael Ryan
China-Britain Business Council
The CBBC and the owner of WeChat have signed a memorandum of understanding to do more in the fight against infringement. Michael Ryan, director and head of business environment and IP at CBBC, explains Read more

Theresa Swinehart
ICANN
Full IANA control will soon be awarded to ICANN, after a long period of public ownership. Theresa Swinehart, senior advisor to the president on global strategy at the corporation, explains how this changing of the guard will affect the DNS Read more

Bart Mortelmans
bNamed.net
Bart Mortelmans of bNamed.net discusses the importance of SSL certificates, how brands are handling new gTLDs, and whether the TMCH has been a success Read more

Brian Beckham
WIPO
WIPO’s Brian Beckham reveals how new TLDs are affecting the Arbitration and Mediation Center’s workload Read more

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