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France rules Google must pay for news content

France12-10-2020Muireann Bolger

Google will have to negotiate payments with French publishers for using their content, according to an appeals court ruling in France handed down on Thursday, October 8.

When art clashes with IP law: Banksy’s ‘Flower Thrower’

EU09-10-2020Tom Oliver, Callum Beamish and Vita Hink

One of the world’s most famous artists experimented with trademark law to try and protect his work. Tom Oliver, Callum Beamish, and Vita Hink of Powell Gilbert explain what lessons can be learned.

Five music copyright decisions you may have missed...

International09-10-2020Sarah Morgan

It’s been an eventful year for IP in the music industry, with cases that have embroiled some of the world’s biggest musicians regularly hitting the headlines.

Google struggles to convince SCOTUS in Oracle dispute

08-10-2020Rory O'Neill

Google is facing an uphill battle in its software copyright dispute against Oracle at the US Supreme Court, lawyers have told WIPR.

ISP rejects Universal, RIAA’s ‘flimsy’ copyright claims

07-10-2020Rory O'Neill

A US internet service provider is fighting back against music copyright owners’ infringement accusations with counterclaims over the music industry’s “fraudulent business practices”.

IP enforcement: UKIPO calls for views

UK07-10-2020Sarah Morgan

The UK Intellectual Property Office is reviewing the legal framework for IP enforcement and has called for views on two particular areas: the cost of legal challenges, and the accessibility and effectiveness of the judicial process.

Former ClarkeModet Peru CEO joins DLA Piper

Peru07-10-2020Sarah Morgan

Ana Teresa Barreto, the former CEO and general director at ClarkeModet Peru, has joined DLA Piper to head up the firm’s industrial and IP practice in Peru.

SCOTUS denies ‘Stairway to Heaven’ appeal

06-10-2020Sarah Morgan

Led Zeppelin has overcome the final hurdle in its “Stairway to Heaven” dispute with the estate of Randy Wolfe, the late singer of the band Spirit.

Yoko Ono accuses John Lennon’s aide of copyright infringement

05-10-2020Sarah Morgan

Yoko Ono has accused a former aide of her late husband John Lennon of breaking a 20-year-old court order preventing him from profiting off the family.

UEFA wins piracy injunction at Irish High Court

EU, Ireland30-09-2020Rory O'Neill

European football authority UEFA has won an injunction in Ireland requiring internet service providers to block illegal match streams.

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