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Orrick boosts team with two Arent Fox lawyers

US14-03-2018Movers & Shakers

Orrick has expanded its team with the addition of Paul Fakler and Eric Roman to its IP practice in New York.

Cole Schotz appoints IP co-chair

US13-03-2018Movers & Shakers

Cole Schotz has appointed a Greenberg Traurig shareholder as co-chair of the firm’s IP department. 

WIPR survey: How can China improve IP protection?


More than 80% of WIPR readers believe that China must do more to protect IP rights in the country, according to our latest survey.

H&M takes graffiti artist to court in copyright dispute


Clothing retailer H&M has filed a complaint for declaratory judgment after being threatened with legal action over its use of graffiti art in a marketing campaign.

DLA Piper names TM and copyright chair in Washington, DC


DLA Piper has named Thomas Zutic as chair of the firm’s trademark, copyright and media practice in Washington, DC.

Infowars sued by cartoon frog creator over poster


Conspiracy theorist website Infowars is being sued by the creator of the ‘Pepe the Frog’ cartoon for copyright infringement. 

Countries to sign Trans-Pacific trade deal minus IP provisions


A group of 11 countries is expected to sign a Trans-Pacific trade deal today, just over a year after US President Donald Trump abandoned his country’s involvement.

Fourth Circuit refuses to rehear $25m piracy case


The US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has refused to rehear a $25 million piracy dispute between internet service provider Cox Communications and music licensing body BMG Rights Management.

Court confirms US copyright law applies to overseas content

Poland, US06-03-2018

A case which attracted the attention of the US government has confirmed that the country’s copyright law applies in cases where content originating overseas is directed towards US viewers in violation of the rights of US copyright owners.

Vivienne Westwood apologises for copying designers


British fashion brand Vivienne Westwood has apologised for using graphics created by two designers.

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