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BlackBerry secures domain names used for unauthorised products


Nine domain names which sold unauthorised BlackBerry products have been transferred to the Canada-based company, after a win at the World Intellectual Property Organization.

Paul McCartney files copyright suit against Sony/ATV Publishing


Singer-songwriter Sir Paul McCartney has filed a copyright infringement suit against Sony/ATV Publishing.

Fisher-Price and Mattel sue over children ride-ons


Fisher-Price and Mattel, US companies that produce toys for children, have filed a complaint against a company producing bicycles and electric ride-ons for patent infringement.

Lee v Tam: SCOTUS provides ‘scant’ insight into view on case


The US Supreme Court yesterday heard oral arguments in the Lee v Tam trademark dispute, which centres on rock band The Slants, but lawyers have told WIPR that while the court pressed both sides, it provided “scant” insight into its position on the case.

Orrick promotes four to partner

US19-01-2017Movers & Shakers

Law firm Orrick has promoted Alyssa Caridis, Jordan Coyle, Catherine Lui and Andrew Silverman to partner in the firm’s Supreme Court and appellate, complex litigation and intellectual property practice groups.

China to enhance IP cooperation, releases five-year plan

China19-01-2017Movers & Shakers

China has revealed it is willing to enhance cooperation on intellectual property with countries, according to a senior official, days after releasing a five-year plan on the protection and application of IP.

INTA elects PepsiCo counsel as president

International19-01-2017Movers & Shakers

The International Trademark Association has elected Joseph Ferretti as president and chair of the board of directors for 2017.

Heineken faces website patent infringement claims


Texas-based company Guyzar has sued Heineken for patent infringement centring on the brewing company’s website.

King & Wood Mallesons UK goes into administration

EU18-01-2017Movers & Shakers

The UK arm of law firm King & Wood Mallesons went into administration yesterday, with corporate recovery and restructuring specialists at Quantuma being appointed.

US Supreme Court to hear oral arguments in Lee v Tam


The US Supreme Court is due to hear oral arguments today in the Lee v Tam trademark dispute, which centres on rock band The Slants.

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