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Syntel urges court to overturn $855m trade secrets verdict

07-12-2020Sarah Morgan

Technology company Syntel has asked a New York judge to undo the $855 million verdict it’s facing over the misappropriation of trade secrets and copyright infringement.

RIAA record labels in landmark win over Spinrilla

07-12-2020Muireann Bolger

Record companies backed by the Recording Industry Association of America have secured a legal victory against the hip hop mixtape service Spinrilla, which they had accused of copyright infringement on a massive scale.

Zlatan Ibrahimović rebukes EA Sports in image rights row

EU04-12-2020Rory O' Neill

AC Milan footballer Zlatan Ibrahimović has hit out at FIFA and video game developer EA Sports for allegedly profiting from his image rights without permission.

UK must avoid US-style copyright laws, Lords told

UK03-12-2020Rory O'Neill

The UK government must ensure that the country does not import US-style safe harbour of fair use provisions into its copyright laws, a House of Lords committee has heard.

‘Copyright troll’ Liebowitz suspended by US federal court

02-12-2020Copyright NewsMuireann Bolger

Attorney Richard Liebowitz, who has gained notoriety as an alleged “copyright troll”, has been temporarily barred from practising at the US District Court for the Southern District District of New York.

Burberry takes on ‘Burberry Jesus’ musician

UK24-11-2020Sarah Morgan

UK-based fashion brand Burberry has accused musician Marvel Yarbrough of infringing trademarks and copyright by using the stage name ‘Burberry Jesus’.

Google agrees copyright deals with French publishers

France20-11-2020Sarah Morgan

Technology company Google has made progress in its negotiations with press publishers, signing copyright agreements with six French newspapers and magazines.

Triller choosing to pay influencers over artists, suit claims

20-11-2020Rory O'Neill

Music publisher Wixen has sued the owners of video-sharing app and TikTok rival Triller for $50m, claiming the app is using over a thousand songs without permission.

Audiovisual broadcasts aren’t ‘phonograms’, CJEU rules

EU, Spain19-11-2020Rory O'Neill

Music rights owners can’t use EU copyright law to claim compensation for the use of their work in “audiovisual works” such as TV broadcasts, the Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled.

Mathys & Squire hires TM associate from Womble Bond Dickinson

18-11-2020Movers & Shakers

UK-based IP firm Mathys & Squire has bolstered its trademark practice with the appointment of Robin Richardson as an associate.

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