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H&M withdraws complaint against graffiti artist

US19-03-2018Copyright News

Retailer H&M has announced the withdrawal of its complaint against a graffiti artist out of respect for the “creativity and uniqueness of artists”.

Robins Kaplan adds IP tech partner

US16-03-2018Movers & Shakers

Robins Kaplan has announced the arrival of Steven Carlson as a partner in the firm’s IP and technology litigation group in Silicon Valley.

Game over for ‘Fallout 3’ fan project due to copyright fears

US16-03-2018Copyright News

The development of a fan-made modification project has been shut down over fears that it would infringe the copyright of “Fallout 3” a post-apocalyptic role-play video game.

Orrick boosts team with two Arent Fox lawyers

US14-03-2018Movers & Shakers

Orrick has expanded its team with the addition of Paul Fakler and Eric Roman to its IP practice in New York.

Cole Schotz appoints IP co-chair

US13-03-2018Movers & Shakers

Cole Schotz has appointed a Greenberg Traurig shareholder as co-chair of the firm’s IP department. 

WIPR survey: How can China improve IP protection?

China12-03-2018

More than 80% of WIPR readers believe that China must do more to protect IP rights in the country, according to our latest survey.

H&M takes graffiti artist to court in copyright dispute

US12-03-2018

Clothing retailer H&M has filed a complaint for declaratory judgment after being threatened with legal action over its use of graffiti art in a marketing campaign.

DLA Piper names TM and copyright chair in Washington, DC

US12-03-2018

DLA Piper has named Thomas Zutic as chair of the firm’s trademark, copyright and media practice in Washington, DC.

Infowars sued by cartoon frog creator over poster

US08-03-2018

Conspiracy theorist website Infowars is being sued by the creator of the ‘Pepe the Frog’ cartoon for copyright infringement. 

Countries to sign Trans-Pacific trade deal minus IP provisions

International08-03-2018

A group of 11 countries is expected to sign a Trans-Pacific trade deal today, just over a year after US President Donald Trump abandoned his country’s involvement.

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