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China announces plans to step up IP protection


China will step up its protection of IP rights to provide “sustained impetus for economic development”, according to the country’s state-owned news agency.

Long way to go for UK Chancellor’s IP tax plans, say lawyers

International, UK23-11-2017

UK Chancellor Philip Hammond has set out plans to prevent companies from gaining an unfair advantage by locating IP in low or “no tax” jurisdictions, but lawyers have suggested the proposals will be difficult to implement.

Copyright dispute over David Bowie image ends


A copyright dispute between the estate of late photographer Brian Duffy and Hard Rock Café over an image of British singer David Bowie, who died in 2016, has been discontinued.

Four senior cases from last week and why they matter

EU, US20-11-2017

Last week we reported on three rulings from the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and covered the oral hearing in a trademark case involving Christian Louboutin. Below we explain why they matter.

Intangible capital generated $5.9tn to manufactured products, says WIPO


Intangible capital, such as branding, design and technology, contributed $5.9 trillion to the value of manufactured goods in 2014, a report has found.

USTR reveals IP objectives in NAFTA renegotiations


The Office of the US Trade Representative has released a 17-page document outlining new objectives for renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement, including commitments on IP protection.

Disney sued by screenwriters over ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ script


The Walt Disney Company has been sued for copyright infringement by two screenwriters who claimed the company used a script they submitted for the “Pirates of the Caribbean” films without permission.

John Lewis ‘helped themselves to my picture book’, says cartoonist


The 2017 John Lewis Christmas advert has caused controversy after a political cartoonist highlighted its similarities with his 1986 picture book.

Simone Intellectual Property Services opens Beijing office

China16-11-2017Movers & Shakers

Simone Intellectual Property Services has opened a new office in Beijing, China.

Playboy dispute over Kate Moss photos dismissed


Media company Playboy Enterprises seems to have settled its differences with Hint Fashion Magazine over the publication’s use of photos of model Kate Moss.

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