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Jay-Z fights off copyright infringement claim, again

Egypt, US01-06-2018Copyright News

US rapper Jay-Z has fought off a copyright infringement claim relating to his use of Egyptian song “Khosara”.

US court raises a smile for Grumpy Cat’s owners

US01-06-2018

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.

US Copyright Office general counsel joins Latham & Watkins

US31-05-2018Movers & Shakers

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.

US Copyright Office proposes 41% increase in fees

US29-05-2018

The US Copyright Office has proposed adopting an average 41% increase in fees in order to account for inflation.

European Council committee weighs in on EU copyright directive

EU29-05-2018

The European Council’s Committee of Permanent Representatives has finalised its position on a draft directive hoped to modernise copyright rules in the EU.

Judge approves $43m Spotify copyright settlement

US24-05-2018

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.

‘Billie the Bookie’ receives prison sentence for copyright offences

UK22-05-2018

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.

QVC taken to court over skinny jeans

US18-05-2018

A New York-based fashion designer has accused shopping channel QVC of copying her slimming jeans, called SkinnyJeans.

IP litigation insurance seen as ‘niche’ in Europe, says report

EU, UK10-05-2018

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 and AP&R merge

Venezuela08-05-2018Movers & Shakers

Venezuelan law firms Markven Propiedad Intelectual and Antequera Parilli & Rodriguez have merged.

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