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ISP says record labels ‘waging war’ on internet, in $1bn appeal

28-05-2021Rory O'Neill

The music industry is "waging war on the internet,” Cox Communications has told a federal appeals court in its effort to overturn a $1 billion damages award for music piracy.

Lidl to drop ‘lookalike’ Hendrick’s gin after TM loss

UK27-05-2021Alex Baldwin

Lidl has been forced to pull its Hampstead London Dry Gin from shelves after losing a legal dispute with gin maker Hendrick’s at Scotland’s Court of Session.

Amazon buys MGM’s ‘IP treasure trove’ for $8bn

27-05-2021Rory O'Neill

Amazon has acquired MGM Studios and its “treasure trove of IP”, including the “James Bond” and “Rocky” series, for $8.45 billion.

INTA reveals details of Annual Meeting’s in-person events

International27-05-2021Muireann Bolger

The International Trademark Association has announced which four cities it plans to hold onsite, one-day mini-conferences throughout the week of its Annual Meeting in November.

European marks dominate ‘best-protected brands’ list

International26-05-2021Alex Baldwin

European brands lead the way in robust IP protection, according to a new report.

Netflix sinks copyright suit over ‘Outer Banks’ series

26-05-2021Muireann Bolger

Netflix and the creators of its "Outer Banks" television show have prevailed against an IP suit after a US federal court dismissed claims that the writers copied content from a novel about seafaring adventures.

USITC investigates Apple Watch over patent claims

25-05-2021Alex Baldwin

The US International Trade Commission will launch an investigation into Apple over potential infringement of electrocardiogram patents by Apple.

Hermès fails to stop ‘John Lobb’ TM suit

UK25-05-2021Alex Baldwin

The English High Court has refused to strike out a lawsuit between UK bootmaker John Lobb and a subsidiary of Paris fashion company Hermès concerning the ownership of trademarks.

EUIPO cancels second Banksy TM

EU24-05-2021Alex Baldwin

The EU Intellectual Property Office has cancelled another trademark owned by street artist Banksy, determining it had been filed in bad faith.

EPO overhauls videoconf legality board amid bias row

EU24-05-2021Muireann Bolger

The European Patent Office has confirmed that the livestream review into the legality of mandatory hearings by video conference is now open for registrations after it controversially dismissed two board members over impartiality concerns.

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