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DLA Piper partner joins Cozen O’Connor


Cozen O’Connor has strengthened its IP team with the addition of Hugh Marbury, a former partner at DLA Piper. 

SIPO inks IP plan with UK, agrees PPH with Brazil

Brazil, China, UK17-11-2017

China’s State Intellectual Property Office has signed a bilateral work plan for 2018 with the UK Intellectual Property Office and agreed a patent prosecution highway with Brazil. 

Federal Circuit confirms TC Heartland changed the law


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit yesterday confirmed that the US Supreme Court’s decision which tightened the rules on patent venue has changed the law and that the ruling applies to existing cases as well as new ones.

BlackBerry in patent licensing deal with Teletry


Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry has entered into a patent licensing deal with Teletry, a month after the departure of one of BlackBerry’s patent licensing directors.

USPTO puts up prices for 2018


The US Patent and Trademark Office has announced it will increase some of its fees from January 2018, including a $6,500 increase to $15,500 for requesting an inter partes review.

EPO’s Battistelli proposes new employment plan


Benoît Battistelli, the president of the European Patent Office, has proposed an employment plan to recruit staff on renewable contracts of five years.

USITC to investigate Apple Macs and iPhones


The US International Trade Commission has instituted a probe into Apple over its Mac computers, iPhones, iPads, iPods and Apple TVs.

Crowell & Moring continues California recruitment drive

US14-11-2017Movers & Shakers

Crowell & Moring has appointed IP litigator Gabriel Ramsey as a partner in the firm’s litigation, privacy and cyber security practice groups in San Francisco.

Unitary patent could drive €14.6bn in high-tech trade: EPO


Improved harmonisation of the European patent system could drive a €14.6 billion ($17.1 billion) increase in trade across high-tech sectors. 

IP provisions suspended in newly agreed TPP deal


A group of 11 countries has agreed to push ahead with the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement despite the US’s withdrawal, but has suspended some IP provisions.

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