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Brian May snaps at photographer who reported him for copyright infringement

US15-11-2017

Lead guitarist of rock band Queen has slammed a photographer who reported him to Instagram for copyright infringement after posting a picture of himself.

Haribo taken to court over Halloween sweets

US15-11-2017

Confectionery company Haribo has been hit with a copyright lawsuit over the packaging design of its Halloween sweets.

EPO’s Battistelli proposes new employment plan

EPO15-11-2017

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

US15-11-2017

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

Alec Baldwin wins payout from gallery over ‘fake’ painting

US14-11-2017

A dispute between American actor, comedian and producer Alec Baldwin and a New York art gallery owner over an allegedly fake painting has been resolved with a reported seven-figure settlement.

NFL successfully opposes ‘Superbowl’ trademark at UKIPO

UK14-11-2017

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.

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

EU14-11-2017

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

CJEU hears Louboutin red sole case

EU14-11-2017

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

International14-11-2017

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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