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WIPO and Singapore unite to boost tech IP mediation

Singapore, Switzerland27-10-2020Sarah Morgan

The World Intellectual Property Organization is collaborating with the Singapore International Mediation Centre to promote the use of mediation in the IP and technology sector.

Amy Coney Barrett confirmed as Supreme Court justice

27-10-2020Movers & ShakersSarah Morgan

Judge Amy Coney Barrett has been confirmed as a US Supreme Court associate justice, in a victory for US President Donald Trump ahead of the presidential election.

Barnes & Thornburg hires Reed Smith trio

27-10-2020Movers & ShakersSarah Morgan

Barnes & Thornburg has expanded its IP department in Chicago with the addition of three IP litigators from Reed Smith.

Linklaters commits to race action plan

UK26-10-2020Sarah Morgan

Law firm Linklaters has set out a new race action plan, which aims to improve representation of Black and underrepresented minority ethnic lawyers and business team members.

EC denies UK designers UCD protections

EU, UK22-10-2020Muireann Bolger

In a setback for UK designers, the European Commission has rejected reciprocity on unregistered community design protections following its negotiations with the UK government.

Corsearch boosts anti-piracy expertise with acquisition

21-10-2020Sarah Morgan

US trademark searching company Corsearch has strengthened its brand protection expertise with the acquisition of anti-piracy company Marketly.

Mattel secures copyright win before Delhi High Court

India21-10-2020Sarah Morgan

The Delhi High Court has ordered e-commerce company Flipkart to remove listings advertising and selling products which violate toymaker Mattel’s copyright in six characters.

Australia faced with Aboriginal flag decision

Australia15-10-2020Rory O'Neill

An Australian Senate committee has warned the country’s government against seizing the copyright for the Aboriginal flag, saying it would create a “dangerous precedent”.

Canadian government appoints chair of Copyright Board

Canada14-10-2020Movers & ShakersSarah Morgan

Justice Luc Martineau has been appointed as chair of the Copyright Board of Canada, the regulatory body that establishes copyright terms and conditions.

Microsoft uses copyright claims to fight ransomware

13-10-2020Sarah Morgan

Microsoft and others have executed an unusual legal strategy to dismantle Trickbot, one of the world’s largest botnets and prolific distributors of ransomware, based on an approach that includes copyright claims.

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