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Google removes ‘view image’ button to support copyright owners

22-02-2018

Google has announced it has removed its ‘view image’ button from the Google Images feature, in a move designed to support copyright owners.

Breaking IP rules in best interests for growth powerhouses, says Gowling survey

EU, International22-02-2018

It’s in the best interests of countries such as China and India to break IP rules, according to a report from law firm Gowling WLG.

Ashurst snatches up Clyde & Co’s UK IP head

UK21-02-2018Movers & Shakers

Ashurst has boosted its team with the addition of the former head of Clyde & Co’s IP team in the UK.

Memery Crystal hires Squire Patton Boggs partner

UK21-02-2018Movers & Shakers

London-based law firm Memery Crystal has strengthened its team with the addition of Carl Rohsler.

AIPPI executive director resigns

International20-02-2018Movers & Shakers

The executive director of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property has resigned from the position, effective April 30.

News outlets receive copyright blow in Twitter image case

US16-02-2018

A US district judge has delivered a blow to several news outlets in a copyright infringement case involving the embedding of a Twitter image of National Football League star Tom Brady.

Playboy’s lawsuit against Boing Boing bounces back

US15-02-2018

A US court has dismissed a lawsuit brought by Playboy Entertainment Group with leave to amend, as the facts produced failed to support the company’s copyright infringement allegation.

Sheppard Mullin promotes 16 to partner

China, US15-02-2018Movers & Shakers

Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton has appointed 16 lawyers to partner, with four being promoted in the IP team.

US v China IP row intensifies as senators weigh in

China, US14-02-2018

China is trying to gain access to US proprietary information through telecoms companies, academia and joint business ventures, a US senator has claimed.

California court allows Taylor Swift to shake off lawsuit

Chile, US14-02-2018

The US District Court for the Central District of California has dismissed a copyright claim brought against singer Taylor Swift by songwriters Sean Hall and Nathan Butler.

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