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We’re firing a warning shot against infringers: Harley-Davidson counsel

International, US18-04-2018

Motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson scored its largest-ever trademark win yesterday, obtaining $19.2 million in statutory damages for wilful counterfeiting from t-shirt designer SunFrog.

Harley-Davidson secures biggest-ever TM infringement win


Motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson has secured $19.2 million in statutory damages in a trademark clash with t-shirt designer SunFrog, in what is Harley-Davidson’s largest-ever trademark infringement win.

Sheppard Mullin opens Dallas office

US17-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton has opened its eleventh US office—in Dallas, Texas.

Akerman hires two IP litigators

US16-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Akerman has strengthened its Chicago office with IP litigators Timothy Sendek, the former leader of Lathrop Gage’s IP litigation team, and Darrick Hooker from Lewis Brisbois.

Bruno Mars looks to dismiss ‘Uptown Funk’ lawsuit


Singer Bruno Mars and record producer Mark Ronson have agreed with the representatives of 1980s electro-funk band Collage to dismiss a copyright dispute.

Court grants win for music publishers in concert streaming dispute

US13-04-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

A US court has handed a group of music publishers a victory in their battle with a music concert streaming service.

China to introduce punitive damages for IP infringements


China’s State Intellectual Property Office has announced that the country will soon introduce punitive damages for IP infringements in an effort to ensure that offenders pay a “big price”.

Publishers in uphill battle against host of 4m illicit articles

Germany, UK12-04-2018

An academic file-sharing platform is allegedly hosting four million illicit articles despite attempts by publishers to make the site “copyright-compliant”, according to a progress update from a coalition of publishers.

Piracy fell 6% in Spain last year, says LaLiga report


People in Spain accessed illegal content 4 billion times last year, equating to nearly €21.9 billion in lost revenues, according to Spanish football league LaLiga.

Vietnam streamlines copyright rules with new legislation


Vietnam has introduced new copyright legislation today, with one practitioner in the region saying it is intended to simplify the country’s provisions relating to copyright applications.

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