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Clampdown on piracy for Anthony Joshua fight

UK24-09-2018Copyright News

Online streaming sites were hit with copyright takedown notices after a UK judge granted an injunction ahead of a boxing match between Anthony Joshua and Alexander Povetkin this weekend.

Goodwin Procter adds senior counsel from Orrick

US24-09-2018Movers & Shakers

Monte Cooper has joined Goodwin Procter’s Silicon Valley office as a senior counsel from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe.

Marques 2018: The evolving state of EU copyright law


Although the European Parliament voted to modernise copyright law last week, the controversial amendments are unlikely to take effect under member states’ national laws until at least 2021, according to Cristina Duch, partner at Baker McKenzie.

Hogan Lovells hires IP lawyer as managing partner for Germany

Germany20-09-2018Movers & Shakers

Law firm Hogan Lovells has appointed IP lawyer Stefan Schuppert to the newly-created role of managing partner for Germany.

FisherBroyles adds IP partners in Florida and Massachusetts

US19-09-2018Movers & Shakers

FisherBroyles has bolstered its IP offering with the addition of partners Charles Geitner, in Naples, Florida, and Scott Nathan, in Boston, Massachusetts.

Poet takes Daft Punk and The Weeknd to court, again


A Somali-American poet and songwriter has accused singer The Weeknd and electronic duo Daft Punk of copying one of her songs to create hit “Starboy”.

Germany seeks clarity from CJEU on YouTube’s copyright liability

EU, Germany17-09-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Germany’s Federal Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof) has asked the Court of Justice of the European Union whether YouTube is liable for IP violations that occur on its video-sharing platform.

Vlada Haggerty targets Guess in latest lip art lawsuit


Makeup artist Vlada Haggerty has accused American fashion retailer Guess of using her artwork on clothing without permission.

Canada’s Supreme Court sides with ISP in copyright dispute


The Supreme Court of Canada has unanimously held that internet service providers can request compensation for the costs affiliated with providing the personal information of suspected infringers to copyright owners.

Lawyers react to second round of Brexit ‘no deal’ guidance

EU, UK14-09-2018Copyright News, Patent News, Trademarks News

The UK government released another series of papers providing guidance on a “no deal” Brexit yesterday. WIPR spoke to IP lawyers to find out more.

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