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Merck fails to ban Indian diabetes generics


Merck is the latest multinational pharma company to suffer a setback in India, after failing to win an injunction against generic versions of two anti-diabetes drugs.

WIPO to open in Russia?


The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is on its way to establishing its fifth external office in Moscow.

Aereo ruling divides US appeal judges


A US appeals court has rejected copyright owners’ attempts to ban Internet TV streaming site Aereo – but one judge said the service clearly breached US copyright law.

German court invalidates Apple’s slide patent


Germany’s Federal Patent Court weighed in on the so-called smartphone wars on Thursday by invalidating Apple's ‘slide-to-unlock’ European patent.

Greenberg Glusker announces new IP leader

04-04-2013Movers & Shakers

US law firm Greenberg Glusker named Charles Shephard as head of its intellectual property group on Wednesday.

AOL sells itself short in cybersquatting row


Internet company AOL has failed to recover a domain name in a cybersquatting row, after submitting unsatisfactory evidence to the panellist.

Royal charity receives trademark

Australia, New Zealand, UK03-04-2013

The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry has received a trademark covering a range of goods and services including intellectual property licensing.

Wilson takes five from Sidley Austin

03-04-2013Movers & Shakers

Law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, a technology and life sciences specialist, has hired five patent litigators from Sidley Austin LLP.

India's Novartis ruling: the implications for patent owners


India’s Supreme Court has rejected pharmaceutical company Novartis’s application to patent an updated version of its leukaemia drug Glivec, agreeing with the Comptroller General that it lacked novelty.

US judge strikes down ReDigi’s first-sale defence


An online digital music re-seller has failed to convince a US judge that its business should be protected by the first-sale doctrine.

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