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Munger, Tolles & Olson promotes four IP partners

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US-based law firm Munger, Tolles & Olson has promoted four new IP partners, effective January 1, 2019.

Bentley Motors sued for trademark infringement


British stock clearance company Brandlogic has filed a lawsuit in the English High Court against car manufacturer Bentley, citing infringement of its trademarks for ‘Bentley’.

Nintendo targets Switch and NES Classic modifiers


Nintendo has filed a copyright and trademark infringement suit against an individual as well as John Does for allegedly illegally modifying its consoles.

USITC to review findings in Qualcomm case against Apple


The US International Trade Commission yesterday announced that it will partially review an administrative law judge’s decision not to issue a limited exclusion order against Apple despite finding it had infringed a Qualcomm patent.

Vice co-founder Gavin McInnes banned from YouTube


The YouTube account of Vice co-founder and Proud Boys creator Gavin McInnes has been banned from the platform for copyright infringement.

Seoul Semiconductor claims victory in LED patent suit


South Korean LED producer Seoul Semiconductor has prevailed in patent litigation brought by Taiwanese competitor Everlight Electronics in Germany.

EU report: 63% of counterfeit customs seizures are small parcels


A report published today revealed that 63% of all EU customs seizures of counterfeit and pirated goods are of small parcels sent through postal or courier services.

India publishes draft patent reforms


India has published a draft version of the Patents Rules, 2018, which would make it easier to get a patent more quickly.

AG spells out rules on phonogram sampling in Kraftwerk case


Using electronic equipment to sample a phonogram and incorporate that sequence into new material without permission constitutes IP infringement, an advocate general of the Court of Justice of the European Union said today.

Chinese court to accept blockchain evidence from online writers


A court in China will begin accepting blockchain records from writers seeking to prove that they have copyright protection for their online material.

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