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AIPPI 2017: Going for gold in sports IP deals

Australia, International, Japan, US17-10-2017

Sport needs money to operate, and with a large chunk of funding stemming from sponsorship, the sale of IP is the very lifeblood of the industry, a panel discussion heard.

AIPPI 2017: Warner Bros exec talks safe harbours and infringers

Australia, International, Latvia16-10-2017

When illegal downloaders first appeared, the music industry’s initial response of suing infringers was unsuccessful, according to a Warner Bros executive.

Apple and IBM criticise Chinese investment rules over IP theft

China, US12-10-2017

A trade group representing Apple, Google and other technology companies has criticised Chinese rules on inbound investment, stating that they enable easier theft of US IP.

Copyright comes third in leading Australian industry sectors

Australia11-10-2017

A report released today by professional services network PwC has revealed that the copyright industry is the third largest sector of the Australian economy.

Litigation roundup: Audrey Hepburn’s son, no hard feelings and a sperm bank

US09-10-2017

WIPR rounds up the most-read IP litigation cases that we reported on in the week beginning October 2, with Hard Rock Café and a sperm bank both featuring.

Dad who live-streamed son’s birth ordered to pay $120k

US06-10-2017

A California-based father who live-streamed his son’s birth and sued a string of media companies for using the footage has been ordered to pay over $120,000 in attorneys’ fees to four organisations.

Pokémon settles differences with apparel seller Tee Turtle

US05-10-2017

Pokémon Company International, the US-based entity which manages the brand’s IP, has settled its copyright quarrel with apparel seller Tee Turtle.

Bird & Bird to open first US office in mid-2018

US05-10-2017

Bird & Bird has revealed it is to open a representative office in San Francisco next year.

1.2 million pirated goods seized by Nigerian authorities

Nigeria04-10-2017

The Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) has announced that it seized more than 1.2 million pirated goods in the first six months of 2017.

Germany’s Supreme Court backs Google over thumbnail images

Germany03-10-2017

Germany’s Federal Court of Justice has backed search engine Google in a dispute over whether the use of thumbnail images constitutes copyright infringement.

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