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US rapper Jay-Z has fought off a copyright infringement claim relating to his use of Egyptian song “Khosara”.
A coffee company that was ordered to pay the owners of celebrity feline Grumpy Cat $710,000 for IP infringement has failed to escape liability after a court denied its request for declaratory relief.
Latham & Watkins has announced that Sarang Damle, general counsel and associate register of copyrights at the US Copyright Office, will be joining the firm in September.
The US Copyright Office has proposed adopting an average 41% increase in fees in order to account for inflation.
The European Council’s Committee of Permanent Representatives has finalised its position on a draft directive hoped to modernise copyright rules in the EU.
A US judge has rubber-stamped a settlement agreement, including a $43.45 million cash payment, in a class action lawsuit filed against Spotify for copyright infringement.
A UK-based man who traded as “Billie the Bookie” has been given a ten-month prison term for selling illegal TV devices after having been sentenced for the same crime in 2016.
A New York-based fashion designer has accused shopping channel QVC of copying her slimming jeans, called SkinnyJeans.
Rights owners in Europe are less aware of and interested in IP litigation insurance compared to those in the US, Asia and Australia, according to a new report.
Venezuelan law firms Markven Propiedad Intelectual and Antequera Parilli & Rodriguez have merged.
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