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Disney sued by screenwriters over ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ script


The Walt Disney Company has been sued for copyright infringement by two screenwriters who claimed the company used a script they submitted for the “Pirates of the Caribbean” films without permission.

John Lewis ‘helped themselves to my picture book’, says cartoonist


The 2017 John Lewis Christmas advert has caused controversy after a political cartoonist highlighted its similarities with his 1986 picture book.

Simone Intellectual Property Services opens Beijing office

China16-11-2017Movers & Shakers

Simone Intellectual Property Services has opened a new office in Beijing, China.

Playboy dispute over Kate Moss photos dismissed


Media company Playboy Enterprises seems to have settled its differences with Hint Fashion Magazine over the publication’s use of photos of model Kate Moss.

Brian May snaps at photographer who reported him for copyright infringement


Lead guitarist of rock band Queen has slammed a photographer who reported him to Instagram for copyright infringement after posting a picture of himself.

Haribo taken to court over Halloween sweets


Confectionery company Haribo has been hit with a copyright lawsuit over the packaging design of its Halloween sweets.

Alec Baldwin wins payout from gallery over ‘fake’ painting


A dispute between American actor, comedian and producer Alec Baldwin and a New York art gallery owner over an allegedly fake painting has been resolved with a reported seven-figure settlement.

Crowell & Moring continues California recruitment drive

US14-11-2017Movers & Shakers

Crowell & Moring has appointed IP litigator Gabriel Ramsey as a partner in the firm’s litigation, privacy and cyber security practice groups in San Francisco.

IP provisions suspended in newly agreed TPP deal


A group of 11 countries has agreed to push ahead with the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement despite the US’s withdrawal, but has suspended some IP provisions.

Bob Goodlatte to step down in 2018


Bob Goodlatte, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and a strong proponent of patent reform, will not seek re-election in 2018.

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