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Elon Musk settles copyright fight over flatulent unicorn


After causing a stink on social media last month, a copyright dispute involving Elon Musk, a potter and a flatulent unicorn has been settled.

UK pubs fined for illegally broadcasting Sky Sports


The licensees of three UK-based pubs have been fined for illegally broadcasting Sky Sports on their premises without obtaining a licence.

English Premier League scores against ISPs again

UK19-07-2018Copyright News

The English Premier League has been allowed to extend a blocking order against six UK-based internet service providers for the next football season.

Fox and Muhammad Ali estate settle fight over image use

US18-07-2018Copyright News

Fox Broadcasting and Muhammad Ali Enterprises have settled a dispute concerning the use of Ali’s image.

Second Circuit denies Tom Brady tweet appeal


The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit yesterday denied an immediate appeal in a closely-watched case involving Twitter, news outlets and photographs of National Football League star Tom Brady.

EFF criticises Japan’s website-blocking proposals

Japan17-07-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has described the Japanese government’s proposals to introduce website-blocking as “cutting off your hand to deal with a paper cut”, in a statement released on Friday, July 13.

DLA Piper adds IP partner from McDermott Will & Emery

US16-07-2018Movers & Shakers

Eric Hagen, who was previously head of the trade secrets practice at McDermott Will & Emery, has joined DLA Piper’s Los Angeles office as a partner.

Campinos deputy in line for EUIPO helm


A European Council committee has proposed that the former deputy director of the European Union Intellectual Property Office, Christian Archambeau, should succeed António Campinos as head of the office.

World Cup special: 5 stories about football and IP


As the FIFA World Cup in Russia comes to a close this weekend, the interest in football will reach fever pitch. But are you familiar with these five stories about the crossover between football and IP? WIPR reports.

Saudi Arabia welcomes FIFA piracy action

International, Saudi Arabia13-07-2018

Saudi Arabia has welcomed FIFA’s announcement that it has engaged legal counsel to take action in Saudi Arabia against the alleged pirate channel beoutQ.

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