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Amazon granted second-hand digital marketplace patent

US06-02-2013

Internet retailer Amazon has been granted a patent to underpin an online marketplace allowing consumers to resell digital goods, but the technology could have copyright implications for the company.

WEF publishes digital copyright principles

US05-02-2013

The World Economic Forum published a set of digital copyright principles on Thursday, which are hoped to serve as a guide for copyright policymakers, owners and consumers.

Google cuts deal with French publishers

France05-02-2013

Google has created a €60 million ‘digital publishing innovation’ fund for French newspapers, ending a six-month dispute over the use of their copyrighted material online.

Kilpatrick Townsend strengthens IP practice with LA office

US04-02-2013Movers & Shakers

Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton has opened a new office in Los Angeles, it announced on Monday.

Fulbright names IP partner

US01-02-2013Movers & Shakers

Fulbright & Jaworski LLP has promoted seven senior associates and one senior counsel to its partnership.

HGF opens Birmingham office with new partner

UK31-01-2013Movers & Shakers

Chris Moore has joined Harrison Goddard Foote (HGF) Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys as partner.

Hayes Bostock & Cronin opens new Boston office

US30-01-2013Movers & Shakers

IP litigation boutique Hayes Bostock & Cronin LLC is opening a new office in Boston, the company announced on Monday.

WTO gives Antigua go-ahead to suspend US copyright

Antigua & Barbuda, US29-01-2013

The World Trade Organization has given Antigua permission to suspend copyright on US intellectual property as compensation for the US government’s decision to ban offshore gambling.

Man escapes jail in Premier League piracy case

UK29-01-2013

A British man has escaped jail after a court found he had illegally streamed Premier League football matches and charged customers to watch them.

Finnish crowdsourcing initiative could lead to copyright changes

Finland28-01-2013

Finnish citizens have been signing a petition proposing a parliament vote which could relax current copyright laws.

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