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Campinos deputy in line for EUIPO helm


A European Council committee has proposed that the former deputy director of the European Union Intellectual Property Office, Christian Archambeau, should succeed António Campinos as head of the office.

World Cup special: 5 stories about football and IP


As the FIFA World Cup in Russia comes to a close this weekend, the interest in football will reach fever pitch. But are you familiar with these five stories about the crossover between football and IP? WIPR reports.

Saudi Arabia welcomes FIFA piracy action

International, Saudi Arabia13-07-2018

Saudi Arabia has welcomed FIFA’s announcement that it has engaged legal counsel to take action in Saudi Arabia against the alleged pirate channel beoutQ.

Appeals court denies rehearing in ‘Blurred Lines’ case


US musicians Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams have been denied a rehearing in a copyright infringement case involving a Marvin Gaye song.

FIFA engages legal counsel to battle pirate site

International, Saudi Arabia12-07-2018

Just days before the end of the football World Cup, the sport’s international governing body FIFA has revealed its plan to tackle a pirate site.

US strikes again as China trade war rages on

China, US11-07-2018Copyright News, Patent News

The US has announced it will impose additional tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports as a trade war between the countries rages on.

Chinese court accepts blockchain-authenticated evidence in copyright case

China10-07-2018Copyright News

A court in China has decided to accept evidence authenticated with blockchain technology in a copyright infringement case.

Trump nominates Brett Kavanaugh as SCOTUS justice

US10-07-2018Movers & Shakers

US President Donald Trump has nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy at the US Supreme Court.

Saudi Arabia responds to ‘baseless’ Wimbledon piracy claims

Saudi Arabia09-07-2018Trademarks News

Saudi Arabia’s ministry of media has denied allegations made by international tennis organisations which claim that the country is the source of pirate site beoutQ.

US court imposes maximum fine for Chinese IP theft

China, US09-07-2018

A US court has imposed a maximum statutory fine of $1.5 million on a Chinese wind turbine maker, after it was convicted of stealing trade secrets from an American company earlier this year.

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