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Munich Re launches IP insurance scheme

01-08-2010

Corporate Insurance Partner, a direct insurance division of Munich Re, has launched an intellectual property insurance policy to help companies protect themselves against the high cost of defending against infringement claims.

Orange disorder comes to World Cup

South Africa01-08-2010

Despite pursuing an active campaign to protect its sponsors’ privileged positions in the run-up to the soccer World Cup in South Africa, tournament organiser Fifa nonetheless fell victim to ambush marketing during the tournament itself.

UK fixes football copyright rules

UK01-06-2010

The High Court of London has ruled that companies that use football fixture lists must pay for the right to reproduce them.

Tougher penalties for counterfeiters under ACTA

01-06-2010

Counterfeiters may face tougher financial penalties in jurisdictions subscribing to the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA).

Google adwords case dismissed

US01-06-2010

The US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia has dismissed a trademark infringement lawsuit filed by language software developer Rosetta Stone against Google.

Sunrise period for Columbian domain

01-06-2010

Registered trademark owners can successfully secure their eligible .co top level domain during a global sunrise process, announced .CO Internet SAS.

Universal loses first round of Prince dispute

01-04-2010

Universal Music Group may be financially liable for incorrectly issuing a takedown notice to YouTube, forcing it to remove a video of a baby dancing to music by Universal artist Prince, a US district court judge has ruled.

Barnes & Thornburg strengthens

US01-04-2010Movers & Shakers

Barnes & Thornburg LLP has strengthened its IP practice by hiring Felicia Boyd as partner from Faegre & Benson LLP in Minneapolis.

Dengate-Thrush joins NZ Copyright Tribunal

New Zealand01-04-2010Movers & Shakers

The government of New Zealand has added Peter Dengate-Thrush to the Copyright Tribunal for a five-year term.

Van Innis joins Field Fisher Waterhouse

Belgium01-04-2010Movers & Shakers

Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP has recruited IP lawyer Thierry van Innis, who joins the firm’s Brussels office as of counsel from Allen & Overy LLP.

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