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Chinese government and judiciary vow to improve IP system

China05-03-2018

The Supreme People’s Court of China has vowed to increase efforts to tackle the infringement of IP rights, following the Chinese government’s announcement of plans to reform the country’s IP landscape.

DLA Piper boosts Silicon Valley team

US02-03-2018Movers & Shakers

DLA Piper has hired two founding members of Feinberg Day Alberti & Thompson, a boutique patent litigation firm.

Siri at centre of Google patent suit

US01-03-2018

Alphabet-owned Google is allegedly infringing six patents relating to Siri, Apple’s famous voice assistant technology, according to a lawsuit served by a licensing company earlier this week.

Barnes & Thornburg boosts Chicago office

US28-02-2018Movers & Shakers

Barnes & Thornburg has strengthened its Chicago office with the addition of an IP partner. 

Huawei agrees patent licence with Fraunhofer IIS

China, Germany, International27-02-2018

Chinese technology business Huawei has entered into a global patent licence agreement with Germany-based Fraunhofer IIS.

IPEC cases record high driven by increased IP awareness

UK26-02-2018

The number of cases being brought at the UK’s specialist IP court has hit a record high, driven in part by an increased awareness among small and medium-sized enterprises of the need to protect their IP.

Iancu sworn in as USPTO director

US26-02-2018

Andrei Iancu was sworn in as director of the US Patent and Trademark Office on Friday, February 23.

Disney receives mixed fortunes in IP infringement case

US23-02-2018

A US court has rejected a claim of copyright infringement against Disney, but also dismissed the company’s motion to throw out claims of patent infringement.

Alice framework not a ‘precise science’, says report

US - Virginia23-02-2018

The first stage of the Alice v CLS Bank framework is not a “precise science”, according to a report analysing patent cases in Virginia.

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.

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