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Baker Botts adds five IP lawyers to partnership

US15-11-2018Movers & Shakers

Baker Botts has added five IP lawyers to partnership, effective from January 1, 2019.

CJEU’s Dutch cheese decision leaves uncertain future, say lawyers

EU14-11-2018

Yesterday’s Court of Justice of the European Union ruling that the taste of a Dutch cheese cannot be protected by copyright law may come as little surprise, but the implications are unclear, according to lawyers.  

Article 13 is an ‘unrealistic’ approach to copyright: YouTube CEO

EU13-11-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

The CEO of YouTube has expressed concern about the European Parliament’s “unrealistic” approach to modernising copyright rules in the EU.

Hinckley Allen adds IP counsel in Boston

US13-11-2018Movers & Shakers

Hinckley Allen has added Carol Peters to its IP group as counsel.

Nintendo secures $12.2m from Arizona couple for IP infringement

US13-11-2018

Nintendo has come to a $12.2 million settlement agreement with a couple who operated infringing video game websites.

Dutch cheese taste not copyright-protectable, says CJEU

EU13-11-2018

The taste of a Dutch cheese cannot be protected by EU copyright law, according to Europe’s highest court. 

Irdeto study sheds light on peer-to-peer game piracy

International12-11-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Digital security company Irdeto has warned that peer-to-peer video game piracy may result in huge revenue losses, after a study of one new title found that 355,664 illegal copies were downloaded within two weeks of its release.

Ed Sheeran settles $5m copyright claim

US12-11-2018

Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran and country stars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have settled a copyright claim with two Australian songwriters.

Dickinson Wright adds five IP members and of counsel

US09-11-2018Movers & Shakers

Dickinson Wright has added five IP attorneys to its offices in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Silicon Valley, California.

Satanist group sues Netflix and Warner Bros over ‘Sabrina’

US09-11-2018

Religious and political group The Satanic Temple yesterday sued Netflix and Warner Bros for $50 million in an IP complaint centring on a monument that appears in newly-released TV series “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”.

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