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Spoor & Fisher appoints Gcaba as chair and opens new office in Cameroon

South Africa01-02-2012Movers & Shakers

South African IP firm Spoor & Fisher has made Nolwazi Gcaba chairperson, replacing Charles Webster, who had fulfilled the role since 2008.

Walker Morris bags former ITMA president Harris

UK01-02-2012Movers & Shakers

UK law firm Walker Morris has hired Philip Harris, a former president of the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys, as a consultant.

Arochi, Marroquín & Lindner launches office in Spain

Spain01-02-2012Movers & Shakers

Mexican firm Arochi, Marroquín & Lindner has opened an office in Barcelona. The office will provide the firm’s European clients that it has been representing in Mexico and Latin America with a local gateway.

Fulbright & Jaworski makes IP litigator a partner

US01-02-2012Movers & Shakers

Fulbright & Jaworski LLP has promoted Miriam Quinn to partner, the firm announced in January.

Kaye Scholer lands IP litigator

US01-02-2012Movers & Shakers

Kaye Scholer LLP has appointed IP litigator and counsellor Grace Pan as a partner in its New York office, the firm announced in January.

Premier League announces copyright war on foreign decoders


The Barclays Premier League has announced a drive to tackle the use of foreign decoders to transmit live football in the UK.

US shuts down Megaupload


The US Department of Justice has forced file-sharing website Megaupload to shut down after charging those responsible for it with running an international criminal enterprise that committed online piracy on a massive scale.

Battle rages over copyright of Joyce children's story


The expiry of the copyright covering James Joyce’s published works has sparked an argument over one of his children’s stories, The Cats of Copenhagen.

Playwright gives away new work


Mike Daisey has announced that he is going to give away the performing rights to his monologue, The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, for free.

Tech companies voice SOPA concerns


The Business Software Alliance (BSA) and companies including Google, Mozilla, eBay and Twitter have raised concerns that the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) could threaten Internet companies and innovation.

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