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Iain Russell has become the second EIP attorney to be appointed to the Joint Examination Board.
Howrey LLP’s executive committee announced on March 9 that its partners had voted to dissolve the firm’s partnership—effective from March 15—and wind down its affairs.
Teresa Stanek Rea has been appointed as the deputy director of the US Patent and Trademark Office.
The Rt Hon. Lord Justice Sir Robin Jacob, a judge in the Court of Appeals for England and Wales, will take up the Sir Hugh Laddie Chair in IP Law at University College London (UCL) on May 2.
Israel intellectual property boutique JMB Fa©tor has bolstered its litigation capability by hiring Aaron Lewin.
Google’s plan to digitise millions of books and create an online library has been temporarily thwarted by a US judge.
A recent study estimates that 23.76 percent of global Internet traffic is infringing copyright.
Viacom has appealed the summary judgment awarded to online video-sharing site YouTube as it bids to halt copyright infringement on the website.
The owner of the biggest Internet café chain in Dongguan City, China, has agreed to use legitimate Microsoft software in its eight establishments.
Brownmark Films has accused South Park Studios, Comedy Partners and Viacom International of copying its music video and YouTube sensation What What (In the Butt) in a 2008 episode of South Park.
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