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Taylor Swift is exercising her synchronisation licensing rights to block unauthorised use of her music amid an ongoing struggle for control of her work, the US pop star has said.
The estate of the late US playwright Paul Zindel has urged the Ninth Circuit to revive a copyright infringement suit against the producers of 2017 Academy Award winner “The Shape of Water”.
Disney has sued a US-based online retailer for selling merchandise which allegedly infringes several of the Mickey Mouse creator’s trademarks and copyrights.
The company behind "Fortnite" is suing a US comedian and actor, rebuffing his claims that the game infringed his copyright for a ‘dancing pumpkin man’ character.
US audio streaming service TuneIn is appealing against last month’s English High Court judgment which it says is “fundamentally bad for freedom of expression on the Internet and cultural diversity”.
A collaboration between government agencies worldwide has shuttered more than 1 million copyright-infringing website domains selling counterfeit goods this year.
Ireland’s IP office has rebranded as part of new reforms enacted this week.
A Danish court has ruled an artist’s copyright in a painting, which he has sold, extends to pieces of the work that have been cut out for use in the manufacture of watches.
Facebook has taken down a Conservative election advert that used BBC footage for infringing copyright after the public broadcaster complained that the material had been used out of context.
IP Australia has published what it says is a “ground-breaking” report on methods for valuing the contribution of indigenous knowledge to the economy.
Fenix Legal KB Sweden
Spoor & Fisher South Africa
Patpol – European and Polish Patent Attorneys Poland
Zovicova & Zovic IP, s.r.o. Slovak Republic
Cameron & Shepherd Guyana
Caribbean Trademark Services - Law Office of George C. J. Moore PA Caribbean
Dennemeyer Group Europe, The Americas, Asia and Australia
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