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Copyright adds $1 trillion to US economy, says report


Copyright industries added more than $1 trillion in value to the US economy last year, a report from the International Intellectual Property Alliance has revealed.

Algeria joins two copyright treaties


Algeria has told the World Intellectual Property Organization it will sign up to two of its copyright treaties.

Baidu facing multi-million dollar lawsuit for alleged copyright infringement


A group of Chinese companies have joined forces to issue search-engine Baidu with a multi-million dollar lawsuit.

Authors Guild’s Google Books challenge dismissed


On November 14, the US District Court for the Southern District of New York dismissed the Authors Guild’s case against Google, allowing the technology company to continue expanding its Google Books online library.

Leaked TPP document reveals IP details

Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, US, Vietnam14-11-2013

A highly secretive document outlining how a proposed trade agreement between nations in the Pacific region could affect IP rights has been made public.

Branding sums hit dizzy heights – WIPO report


Global companies invested around $466 billion in “branding” during 2011, according to a report published on Thursday by the World Intellectual Property Organization.

OHIM and Europol to issue counterfeit guidance


Police agency Europol and the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market are finalising guidelines for dealing with fake goods including toys and car brake pads.

Senate IP counsel set for Covington switch

US13-11-2013Movers & Shakers

Aaron Cooper, chief counsel for IP and antitrust law in the US Senate Judiciary Committee, is to join law firm Covington & Burling LLP.

New report highlights UK as leader for IP


The UK has been named as a world leader for intellectual property rights, but businesses worldwide are concerned at outdated global laws, according to a report by an international law firm.

Premier League ends YouTube copyright row


Video-sharing website YouTube and the English Premier League have gone their separate ways after a long-running copyright dispute, according to The Guardian.

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