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Facebook in licensing deal with Universal Music

US22-12-2017

Social media company Facebook has agreed a multi-year licensing deal with music corporation Universal Music.

General Mills settles altercation over fruit and nut bars

US21-12-2017

Consumer goods company General Mills has settled a trade dress and copyright infringement dispute over fruit and nut bars.

Pokémon wins A$1 in Australian copyright dispute

Australia21-12-2017

Pokémon Company International, the US-based entity which manages the brand’s IP, has won a copyright infringement lawsuit against online marketplace Redbubble.

Facebook removed nearly 3 million infringing posts in first half of 2017

US19-12-2017

Social media company Facebook has revealed it removed nearly 3 million posts in the first half of 2017 following IP infringement complaints. 

DoJ launches IP enforcement network

US18-12-2017

The US Department of Justice has launched a network of IP enforcement co-ordinators and deployed specialist prosecutors to address the growing problem of transnational IP crime.

Indie band and Demi Lovato sign truce in song dispute

US14-12-2017

Singer Demi Lovato has settled a clash with a US-based indie band that accused her of copying their song.

16-year-old arrested in France over TV piracy claims

France13-12-2017

The 16-year-old owner of a site that allegedly provided pirated access to TV channels in France has been arrested after a joint operation by an anti-piracy group and the police.

EU, Japan and US seek to level global trade playing field

China, EU, US13-12-2017

The EU, Japan and the US have united to combat market-distorting trade practices, such as forced technology transfer.

Judge refuses to throw out Dr Seuss estate’s battle with Star Trek writer

US11-12-2017

A US judge has refused to dismiss a copyright and trademark infringement case brought against David Gerrold, a Star Trek writer, by the estate of late children’s author Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known by his pseudonym Dr Seuss.

Lego secures copyright win in China

China, Denmark08-12-2017

Denmark-based Lego has secured a copyright victory in China against two companies that had been manufacturing and selling toys that were “almost identical” to Lego’s products.

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