Find News

Filter articles

Applied Filters

Showing 41 to 50 of 2013 results

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.

Piracy levels down among young consumers: UKIPO report


Young people in the UK are watching less pirated content online than they have previously, according to a new report from the UK Intellectual Property Office.

European Parliament reopens copyright debate


The European Parliament rejected a draft directive aimed at modernising copyright rules earlier today, sending it back to the drawing board.

Halfords IP adds to patent team Down Under

Australia05-07-2018Movers & Shakers

Halfords IP has hired two lawyers from Davies Collison Cave as partners, while a senior lawyer at HIP has been promoted to special counsel.

Kim Dotcom can be extradited to US, says New Zealand court

New Zealand, US05-07-2018

Kim Dotcom, the founder of file-sharing website Megaupload, can be legally extradited to the US, the New Zealand Court of Appeal ruled today.

Aon helps to establish $100m IP facility

EU, UK, US04-07-2018Movers & Shakers

Global insurance broker Aon has partnered with insurance company Tokio Marine Kiln and Lloyd’s subsidiaries in efforts to build a $100 million IP facility in London.

Judge dismisses ‘The Girls’ plagiarism allegations


District Judge William Orrick has dismissed allegations of copyright infringement and plagiarism against Emma Cline, author of best-selling novel “The Girls”.

Showing 41 to 50 of 2013 results


Service Providers

Park IP Translations
Park IP is your trusted partner for legal language solutions

Law Firms

AA Thornton & Co
United Kingdom, Germany

Fenix Legal KB



Patent & Trade Mark Agency Mihailovic
Serbia, Croatia, Kosovo, Slovenia, Montenegro, Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Perez Correa & Asociados, SC

Chofn Intellectual Property

Deep & Far Attorneys-at-law