Showing 121 to 130 of 2011 results
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 has announced the arrival of Steven Carlson as a partner in the firm’s IP and technology litigation group in Silicon Valley.
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 has expanded its team with the addition of Paul Fakler and Eric Roman to its IP practice in New York.
Cole Schotz has appointed a Greenberg Traurig shareholder as co-chair of the firm’s IP department.
More than 80% of WIPR readers believe that China must do more to protect IP rights in the country, according to our latest survey.
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 has named Thomas Zutic as chair of the firm’s trademark, copyright and media practice in Washington, DC.
Conspiracy theorist website Infowars is being sued by the creator of the ‘Pepe the Frog’ cartoon for copyright infringement.
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.
Park IP Translations Park IP is your trusted partner for legal language solutions
A.Zalesov & Partners Patent & Law Firm Russia and CIS countries
GRISCHENKO & PARTNERS IP Ukraine
Chofn Intellectual Property China
Mumcuoglu & Ark Patent and Trademark Consultancy Turkey, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
Barger, Piso & Partner Austria
Becerril, Coca & Becerril, S.C. Mexico
HSM IP Caribbean, EU, Central America, Latin America, South America
Annisa Aaliyya Malaysia
Receive daily emails from WIPR