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Australia to give UK tobacco images in no-deal Brexit scenario

Australia, EU, UK09-10-2018Copyright News

The Australian government will provide the UK with warning pictures on tobacco products in the event of a no-deal Brexit scenario.

Australia’s IP office welcomes new director general


Michael Schwager has begun his service as director general of IP Australia, after the agency announced his appointment to the role in August.

Duane Morris boosts San Diego office

US09-10-2018Movers & Shakers

US-based law firm Duane Morris has hired Boris Zelkind to its IP practice group in the San Diego office.

Kavanaugh sworn in as Supreme Court justice


Brett Kavanaugh, US President Donald Trump’s controversial nominee for the US Supreme Court, was sworn in on Saturday, October 6. 

Mintz adds IP chair from Curtis

US04-10-2018Movers & Shakers

Michael Graif, former chair of the IP practice at Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle, has joined Mintz as a member.

AG advises CJEU on IP rules for warehouse goods

EU, Sweden03-10-2018

Advocate general Manuel Sánchez-Bordona today advised Europe’s highest court to find that IP infringement occurs when goods which are identical to those being sold in a shop are stored in a warehouse by the seller.

Qatar takes on Saudi Arabia over IP violations

Qatar, Saudi Arabia03-10-2018

Qatar’s ministry of economy and commerce has accused Saudi Arabia of violating the IP rights of Qatari citizens, in a recent filing at the World Trade Organization.

NZ High Court delivers blow to Megaupload founder in privacy appeal

New Zealand03-10-2018

New Zealand's High Court has overturned an earlier ruling which awarded Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom damages in a privacy dispute.

Japanese court puts brakes on Mario Kart go-karting rental

UK01-10-2018Copyright News

The Tokyo District Court has ruled in favour of Nintendo in a copyright infringement claim filed against a Mario Kart-inspired go-karting rental company.

UEFA loses trophy re-match at US Copyright Office


The US Copyright Office has refused to grant Europe’s football governing body copyright protection for its European Championship trophy.

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