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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. 

Forever 21 opposes ‘Forever Young’ trademark


WIPR has reported on fashion retailer Forever 21 numerous times this year, from its fights with Adidas and Gucci to its war on counterfeiting, and this time we report on a trademark opposition filed by the company.

Simone Intellectual Property Services opens Beijing office

China16-11-2017Movers & Shakers

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

Fujifilm and Polaroid begin litigation over photo borders


Camera manufacturer Fujifilm has asked a US district court to clear it of any wrongdoing after it was allegedly threatened with trademark litigation by Polaroid.

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.

NFL successfully opposes ‘Superbowl’ trademark at UKIPO


The UK Intellectual Property Office has granted a partial win to the National Football League, which had opposed a trademark application covering tenpin bowling.

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.

CJEU hears Louboutin red sole case


This morning, the Court of Justice of the European Union is hearing arguments over whether Christian Louboutin should be able to trademark red soles on high-heeled shoes.

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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