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Software company accuses Nike of copyright violations


Nike is being sued for copyright infringement and breach of contract by a software company it signed a licensing agreement with more than 15 years ago.

China on US Priority Watch List for 14th consecutive year


China has been featured on the Office of the US Trade Representative’s Priority Watch List for IP failures for the 14th year in a row.

AG provides lesson on copyright use and teaching

EU, Germany25-04-2018

Internet users should not be required to investigate the copyright status of an image found online and used in relation to teaching purposes, according to an opinion of an advocate general.

South African designer takes on Zara over socks

South Africa25-04-2018

A South Africa-based designer has accused Zara of copying one of his “signature” patterns and using the design on socks. 

Michael Best bulks up IP practice

US25-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Michael Best & Friedrich has welcomed two new additions to its IP practice group in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Victory for ad blockers at Germany’s Supreme Court


Germany’s Federal Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof) has dismissed an attempt to ban an application that blocks online advertising, confirming that the software does not fall foul of unfair competition regulations or copyright law.

Monkeys can’t own copyright, rules Ninth Circuit


Naruto, a Macaque monkey, lacks standing to sue for copyright infringement, according to a ruling from the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Copyright lawsuit added to Cambridge Analytica’s list of problems

US23-04-2018Copyright News

Cambridge Analytica has been served with a copyright infringement claim for the unauthorised use of an “iconic” photograph.

DJ Khaled tries to register TM ‘that already exists’


Music personality DJ Khaled has attempted to register his son’s name as a trademark in spite of the existence of earlier registered rights for the word.

Tattoo artist takes aim at WWE and video game maker


A tattoo artist has taken aim at World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and video game maker Take-Two Interactive Software in a copyright infringement suit.

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