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IP trade talks between EU and India leaked

EU, India12-03-2013

Not-for profit organisation Knowledge Ecology International has published a draft text reportedly leaked from the intellectual property chapter of a draft trade agreement between India and the EU.

Yummie Tummie accuses Spanx of patent infringement


Shapewear manufacturer Spanx has filed a complaint at Northern Georgia’s district court after it was accused by rival Yummie Tummie of selling tank tops infringing its design patents.

Bird & Bird sets Denmark launch date

Denmark11-03-2013Movers & Shakers

Law firm Bird & Bird will formally merge with Danish IP and IT specialists Bender von Haller Dragsted on May 1, 2013.

HTC scores double victory in Nokia patent case


Taiwanese smartphone-maker HTC scored two separate victories against Nokia last week in their continuing patent litigation in Germany.

Ofcom study: “small yet significant changes” in UK file-sharing behaviour


According to a report published by UK communications regulator Ofcom, the percentage of Internet users who illegally download or stream all of their music fell from 54 percent to 46 percent in the third quarter of last year.

Squire Sanders hires partner in Sydney and Silicon Valley

08-03-2013Movers & Shakers

Law firm Squire Sanders has hired Richard Horton as a technology partner in both its Sydney and Silicon Valley offices.

Backlog piling up at CJEU


Europe’s highest court resolved fewer cases in 2012 than in 2011, according to data published on Wednesday.

Universal countersued in Fifty Shades of Grey dispute


An adult film company sued by Universal Studios for making a movie based on E.L. James’s best-selling book Fifty Shades of Grey has countersued, claiming that James's work is in the public domain.

Study reports higher online film sales since Megaupload demise


A Carnegie Mellon University study published on Wednesday shows an increase in digital film sales since file-sharing site Megaupload was shut down.

1st Annual Life Sciences Law Forum: confusion over SPCs

EU, UK07-03-2013

Recent CJEU judgements on the interpretation of SPC regulations are not clear and have left judges frustrated, said Huw Evans, partner at Norton Rose LLP, at the 1st Annual Life Sciences Law Forum in London.

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