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Singapore faces calls to reduce online piracy


The Coalition Against Piracy has called on Singapore to crack down on copyright infringement online in the city-state.

UK man fined for illegal football broadcasting


The supervisor of a UK hotel has been fined £15,000 after being found guilty of two offences of dishonest reception of a television transmission.

Kilpatrick Townsend promotes four to partner in Atlanta

US05-12-2017Movers & Shakers

Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton has promoted four to partner in its Atlanta office, including two IP-focused lawyers.

Copyright directive talks on verge of causing ‘irreparable damage’


Negotiations on the EU copyright directive for the Digital Single Market are on the verge of “causing irreparable damage” to Europe, more than 80 organisations have claimed.

Disney tackles DVD kiosk company over illegal film codes


Disney is not happy with Redbox—as the multinational believes the DVD kiosk company has been illegally selling Disney’s digital film codes to customers.

INTA Berlin 2017: Lego blueprints may be future in 3D printing world


Although 3D printing of Lego bricks at home may not currently be a feasible option, the future may hold something different, an industry conference heard.

Cooley announces five partner promotions across US

US30-11-2017Movers & Shakers

Cooley has announced the appointment of five IP partners to its offices across the US, effective January 1, 2018.

CJEU rules on private copying in the cloud


The making available of copies of TV programmes on a cloud computing service constitutes a “communication to the public” and must therefore be authorised by the copyright owner, Europe’s highest court said today.

Berkeley Research Group appoints IP practice leader

US29-11-2017Movers & Shakers

Berkeley Research Group, a strategic advisory and consulting firm, has hired Jeffery Stec to lead its IP practice.

WTO to hear Qatar’s IP trade row with UAE

Qatar, United Arab Emirates24-11-2017

The World Trade Organization has established a dispute consultation panel to hear Qatar’s complaint against the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over a trade blockade which helped to spark a diplomatic crisis.

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