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Facebook removed nearly 3 million infringing posts in first half of 2017


Social media company Facebook has revealed it removed nearly 3 million posts in the first half of 2017 following IP infringement complaints. 

DoJ launches IP enforcement network


The US Department of Justice has launched a network of IP enforcement co-ordinators and deployed specialist prosecutors to address the growing problem of transnational IP crime.

Indie band and Demi Lovato sign truce in song dispute


Singer Demi Lovato has settled a clash with a US-based indie band that accused her of copying their song.

16-year-old arrested in France over TV piracy claims


The 16-year-old owner of a site that allegedly provided pirated access to TV channels in France has been arrested after a joint operation by an anti-piracy group and the police.

EU, Japan and US seek to level global trade playing field

China, EU, US13-12-2017

The EU, Japan and the US have united to combat market-distorting trade practices, such as forced technology transfer.

Judge refuses to throw out Dr Seuss estate’s battle with Star Trek writer


A US judge has refused to dismiss a copyright and trademark infringement case brought against David Gerrold, a Star Trek writer, by the estate of late children’s author Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known by his pseudonym Dr Seuss.

Lego secures copyright win in China

China, Denmark08-12-2017

Denmark-based Lego has secured a copyright victory in China against two companies that had been manufacturing and selling toys that were “almost identical” to Lego’s products.

Singapore faces calls to reduce online piracy


The Coalition Against Piracy has called on Singapore to crack down on copyright infringement online in the city-state.

UK man fined for illegal football broadcasting


The supervisor of a UK hotel has been fined £15,000 after being found guilty of two offences of dishonest reception of a television transmission.

Kilpatrick Townsend promotes four to partner in Atlanta

US05-12-2017Movers & Shakers

Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton has promoted four to partner in its Atlanta office, including two IP-focused lawyers.

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