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Alliance for Intellectual Property identifies Brexit ‘cliff-edge’ risks

EU, UK29-03-2018

The Alliance for Intellectual Property is the latest industry body to lend its voice to the Brexit negotiations.

EU copyright rules will not apply post-Brexit

EU, UK28-03-2018

The EU Commission has announced that, in the absence of a transitional agreement stating otherwise, EU copyright rules will no longer apply in the UK after Brexit.

Victory for Megaupload founder at New Zealand tribunal

New Zealand28-03-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has persuaded a tribunal in New Zealand that Chris Finlayson broke the law by refusing to provide Dotcom with all the information held about him.

Federal Circuit revives Oracle v Google copyright clash


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has revived a billion-dollar copyright clash between Oracle and Google.

You may have missed: Four court rulings from last week and why they matter

EU, US27-03-2018

Last week, WIPR reported on four important senior court rulings, including one case involving Marvin Gaye’s estate. Below we outline why they are important for lawyers.

Marvin Gaye’s family wins $5.3m ‘Blurred Lines’ appeal


Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams’ hit song “Blurred Lines” infringed the copyright of one of Marvin Gaye’s songs, according to an appeals court.

Pirate sites had 300bn visits in 2017: report

International21-03-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

There were more than 300.2 billion visits to piracy sites in 2017, and more than a third of these visits were to pirate sites hosting TV content.

Hoyng Rokh Monegier to team up with Véron & Associés

Belgium, France, Germany, Netherlands, Spain21-03-2018Movers & Shakers

European IP boutique Hoyng Rokh Monegier announced yesterday, March 21, that it will join forces with France-based patent litigation firm Véron & Associés.  

News outlets handed right to appeal in embedded Tweets case

US21-03-2018Copyright News

A federal judge has granted Time Inc, Yahoo and other news outlets the right to appeal a decision that they may have committed copyright infringement by embedding a Tweet.

UK agrees protection of IP rights post-Brexit transition

EU, UK20-03-2018

The UK and European Union have agreed that owners of EU trademarks and Community designs will have their rights protected in the UK after the transition period which is due to end on December 31, 2020.  

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