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Brexit: important changes if EU copyright law lapses in UK

EU, UK05-04-2018

The UK is at risk of falling out of the EU’s copyright framework, with such a change likely to affect many areas, practitioners have told WIPR.

Alabama University football coach responds to LeBron James copyright warning


The coach of the University of Alabama’s American football team has refused to back down from a copyright feud with basketball star LeBron James.

MPAA initiative to boost security and prevent piracy leaks

US04-04-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Ty accuses Target of copying ‘Rainbow’ poodle toy


The producer of a popular brand of plush toys has accused Target Corporation of making and selling a rainbow-coloured poodle which is “virtually indistinguishable” from its own plush poodle, a copyright-protected member of the ‘Beanie Boos’ family.

Copyright clash over NBA players’ tattoos continues


A copyright dispute involving a video game’s depiction of tattoos on National Basketball Association players is now set to proceed, after a US court rejected the game maker’s request for judgment.

Kendall + Kylie licensee request damages for ‘frivolous’ copyright suit


The licensee of Kendall + Kylie Inc, a fashion brand set up by reality TV personalities Kendall and Kylie Jenner, has requested damages from a photographer and his attorney for a “frivolous” copyright lawsuit filed last year, over a line of t-shirts.

Alliance for Intellectual Property identifies Brexit ‘cliff-edge’ risks

EU, UK29-03-2018

The Alliance for Intellectual Property is the latest industry body to lend its voice to the Brexit negotiations.

EU copyright rules will not apply post-Brexit

EU, UK28-03-2018

The EU Commission has announced that, in the absence of a transitional agreement stating otherwise, EU copyright rules will no longer apply in the UK after Brexit.

Victory for Megaupload founder at New Zealand tribunal

New Zealand28-03-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has persuaded a tribunal in New Zealand that Chris Finlayson broke the law by refusing to provide Dotcom with all the information held about him.

Federal Circuit revives Oracle v Google copyright clash


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has revived a billion-dollar copyright clash between Oracle and Google.

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