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Facebook files infringement lawsuit against


Facebook has filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against in a bid to stop the social-networking site for educators damaging its brand.

Google: Oracle lawsuit an "attack" on open-source software


Google has called the patent and copyright infringement complaint filed by Oracle America an “attack” on open-source software.

Advocate General: new EU patent system incompatible with EU law

EPO, EU01-10-2010

The creation of an EU patent litigation system and a new Community Patent may be delayed by the European Court of Justice after Advocate General Kokott rejected the draft agreement that would form its basis.

Obama grants USPTO additional funding


The US Patent and Trademark Office has been granted additional funding by President Barack Obama.

Lexmark attacks patent infringement on two fronts


Replacement printer cartridges provided by two dozen companies infringe US patents owned by Lexmark International, according to a complaint filed with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) on August 20.

Court backs YouTube in copyright tussle


Online video-sharing site YouTube can continue to host copyright infringing material, after a New York District Court ruled that it is not responsible for infringing content on its site.

EU chooses Campinos as new OHIM president


The Council of the European Union has chosen António Campinos as the next president of the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM).

EPO Enlarged Board clarifies presidential right


The European Patent Organisation president may only make a referral to the Enlarged Board of Appeal (EBoA) if decisions by two appeal boards show a clear divergence in law, the Enlarged Board has clarified.

UK IPO puts fast track patents on display


Patents for environmentally-friendly technology that have been accelerated through the UK’s Intellectual Property Office’s (IPO) Green Channel are now featured in an online database.

Mexican Congress approves patent law amendments


Third parties will enjoy far greater influence over patent awards in Mexico after the country’s Congress ratified several changes that will reform patent practice.

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