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A man in the UK has accused a Premier League football club of copying a drawing he submitted as a child 55 years ago and using it 16 years later as the club’s logo.
IP law specialist Marks & Clerk has strengthened its London team with the promotion of Gina Lodge to partner.
The CEO of online retailer Pinduoduo has hit back at Chinese regulators which are set to investigate allegations of counterfeiting on the platform.
A US-based photographer has filed a copyright infringement claim against the City of Aiken in South Carolina for using his image without seeking permission.
The Berlin Court of Appeal has clarified the responsibilities of copyright licensees when it comes to preventing third-party infringement via ‘framing’.
China-based radio systems manufacturer Hytera said yesterday that it will oppose a motion from Motorola Solutions seeking to add a copyright infringement claim to a previous trade secrets complaint.
German lawyers have told WIPR that more clarity is needed after the Federal Court of Justice ruled that WiFi operators are not liable for copyright infringement committed on their network.
Luxury brand Balenciaga has “copied” a design from a tote bag sold by a New York City souvenir shop, according to a copyright lawsuit filed last week.
Universal Music has withdrawn a Digital Millennium Copyright Act takedown notice for a Twitter video showing thousands of people singing Prince’s 1984 classic “Purple Rain”.
Nearly three-quarters (72%) of CEOs have taken IP from a former employer, according to research released by American software company Code42 on Tuesday.
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