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Global adoption of dotBrand domains

29-11-2023Colin Costello

As anticipation for the 2026 expansion of the domain name system builds, owners of ‘.brand’ websites are exploring innovative ways to gauge market interest, writes Colin Costello of GoDaddy Corporate Domains.

‘The EPO can manage it—I’m baffled why the UPC can’t’: Test case challenges court’s ‘request for access’ rule

EU28-11-2023Muireann Bolger

Is the court’s public access rule unfit for purpose? Lawyers at Mathys & Squire are arguing for pleadings and evidence to be automatically made available on request, finds Muireann Bolger.

Cape Verde: clever IP schemes to help grow the economy

Africa24-11-2023Catarina Cachudo and Diogo Antunes

A boatload of IP initiatives are aiming to increase and embed IP into the archipelago’s growing economy, explain Catarina Cachudo and Diogo Antunes of Inventa.

Could IPO plans exhaust court options post-Brexit?

UK23-11-2023IP servicesKate Swaine, Ailsa Carter

Will the UK Intellectual Property Office’s proposals on the exhaustion of rights hamper UK courts’ ability to align with international norms, ask Kate Swaine and Ailsa Carter of Gowling WLG.

Mariah Carey now Tupac—how does copyright law handle decades-old songs?

United States23-11-2023MusicTom Phillips

Similar to All I Want For Christmas is You, Tupac’s Dear Mama has been named in a copyright suit some 30 years after it hit the charts, but the two cases are fundamentally different.

Cancelling a trademark for non-use in Africa

Africa22-11-2023Sofia Araújo

African nations manage the trademark cancellation process differently, increasing the risks of non-use. Sofia Araújo of Inventa offers a helpful guide to stay registered.

The UPC is off to a ‘flying start’ but faces critical decision over transparency

EU22-11-2023Muireann Bolger

Concerns over access to documents and information are growing—and what the court does next may define the forum. Muireann Bolger speaks with Marks & Clerk, Zoeller, Bird & Bird and EIP to hear why.

Video codecs: the next episode in the SEP drama series

United States21-11-2023TV and film, Wireless technologyRichard Vary, Bird & Bird

Nokia’s multiple lawsuits could be the pilot for a new season of litigation over TV streaming technology, explains Richard Vary of Bird & Bird.

AI and copyright: A trillion-pixel problem

Global16-11-2023Ed White and Arun Hill

Without a counterbalance to AI’s unprecedented creativity, humans could be the ones to lose out, say Ed White and Arun Hill of Clarivate.

Adidas v Thom Browne: Stripes battle may run and run

United States14-11-2023Luxury, SportsNels Lippert and Elsa Nollet

The sportswear giant has an appeal lined up but will the discovery of fresh emails overturn its jury loss? Nels Lippert and Elsa Nollet of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin explore.

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