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Court determined that artificial neural networks cannot be patented as they are considered computer programs | AI developers will ‘need to consider and identify a technical effect’ to obtain a patent | Decision seems to ‘return that bar firmly back to its previous position’.   22 July 2024
Logan Paul’s drinks company ‘used Olympic marks on Kevin Durant special edition’ | USOPC said infringement threatened exclusive deals with sponsors including Coca-Cola.   22 July 2024
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Minister’s role includes oversight of IP, AI regulation, and digital policy | Follows Peter Kyle’s appointment as lead for the same department | Minister has scientific background and served in various shadow ministerial roles.   19 July 2024
Florida federal judge dismisses the US All Star Federation's trademark infringement claims against two cheerleading organisations | Order finds ‘Worlds’ trademarks too generic for protection | Competitive cheerleading set for the 2028 Olympics | Ruling could impact the future cheerleading events.   19 July 2024
Five-year infringement dispute concludes as tech giant convinces federal judge that rival’s evidence was insufficient | Rival claimed that Adobe’s technology in Adobe’s Acrobat, Photoshop and Illustrator infringed a software licensing patent.   19 July 2024
Partner joins San Francisco office from Morgan Lewis | Seasoned trial attorney uses background in industrial design to litigate IP disputes.   19 July 2024
Study reveals where the most inventions in water technologies are coming from | EPO has developed new tools to aid research on advancements in water industry.   18 July 2024
First patent filed using the new digital One IPO service | AI-powered internal tool to speed up the application process | Set for public launch in 2025 with a promise to “revolutionise” patent management.   18 July 2024
Thom Browne hopes to revoke Adidas’ designs in London in latest leg of a three-year battle over iconic striped motif | Designer has secured victory in the US and contends that the German company uses 74-year-old marks as “Trojan horses”.   18 July 2024
Order that company owner appear before court in person was ‘appropriate’ say judges | Decision relates to wider contentious litigation-funding investigation   17 July 2024

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