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Lathrop Gage strengthens Los Angeles office

US13-09-2018Copyright News, Movers & Shakers, Patent News, Trademarks News

US law firm Lathrop Gage announced yesterday that it has appointed Andrew Choung and Erica Van Loon as partners to its IP litigation practice in Los Angeles.

EU copyright vote: 3 major impacts

EU13-09-2018

The European Parliament’s controversial vote in favour of modernising EU copyright law will have a major impact on platform filters, user-generated content, and publishers’ rights, according to IP practitioners.

European Parliament gears up to vote on copyright modernisation

EU12-09-2018

With the European Parliament set to vote on the modernisation of copyright rules this afternoon, WIPR explains what you need to know about the controversial legislation and its sticking points.

Prince’s estate takes on European network over ‘bootleg’ music

US06-09-2018Copyright News, Trademarks News

The estate of late singer Prince has taken on several European individuals for allegedly selling the musician’s material without permission.

China’s new e-commerce law positive for IP protection, say lawyers

China05-09-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

China’s new e-commerce legislation is a positive development in the country’s fight against IP violations and counterfeit distribution, according to lawyers.

Bristows’ head of competition named as deputy High Court judge

UK05-09-2018Movers & Shakers

Pat Treacy, head of the competition and regulatory practice at London-headquartered Bristows, will be taking up the role of a deputy High Court judge in the Chancery Division of the English High Court.

Danish Football Association falls out with national team over image rights

Denmark05-09-2018Copyright News

The Danish Football Association has had to scramble together reserve players after an image rights dispute involving the national team’s players.

Rod Stewart targeted in concert image copyright suit

UK05-09-2018

British singer Rod Stewart did not have permission to use a photograph of him with a former girlfriend as a stage backdrop, according to a copyright complaint filed in the UK.

Robinson Brog partner joins Ice Miller

US05-09-2018Movers & Shakers

Ice Miller has added Justin Klein, previously a partner at Robinson Brog, to its litigation group in New York.

Film makers endorse EU copyright directive

EU04-09-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Film directors and screenwriters have urged the European Parliament to pass the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, which is due to be discussed next week.

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