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GTA makers secure search order against ‘cheats’

Australia19-10-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

The developers of video game “Grand Theft Auto V” have persuaded the Federal Court of Australia (New South Wales) to grant search and seizure orders against five individuals believed to be associated with cheating software.

Walmart taken to court over ‘unauthorised’ hair curlers


A UK hair company has sued Walmart for infringing patent and trademark rights protecting its hair curling brand, Curlformers.

Rihanna and Puma targeted in ‘FU’ trademark suit


Music artist Rihanna’s fashion company—which sells goods in association with sports retailer Puma—is at the centre of a trademark lawsuit.

NTT Docomo joins Avanci’s IoT licensing platform

Japan, US19-10-2018

Japan’s biggest mobile phone operator, NTT Docomo, has joined Avanci’s marketplace for the licensing of patents covering ‘internet of things’ technologies.

Mario-themed karting continues despite Nintendo copyright win


It’s business as usual for a Mario Kart-inspired go-karting rental company, despite Nintendo having recently secured a copyright judgment against it.

Patent counsel joins Buchanan from Foley

US19-10-2018Movers & Shakers

Andrew Cheslock has joined Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney as counsel, after spending more than a decade at Foley & Lardner.

A quarter of UK consumers ripped off by counterfeits: report

UK18-10-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

More than a quarter (26%) of British consumers has been ripped off in the past year through purchasing something online only to discover that it was counterfeit.

EU court backs earlier rulings in ‘Viper’ battle


The EU General Court today dismissed an appeal against two decisions that had partially invalidated a trademark for the word ‘Viper’. 

Cannabis patenting remains low amid legalisation: report

Canada, International, US18-10-2018

After Canada yesterday became the second country to legalise the sale of recreational cannabis (after Uruguay), a report has revealed a lack of patenting activity in the area so far.

Right to family life cannot deprive IP owners of their rights: CJEU

EU, Germany18-10-2018

The Court of Justice of the European Union today ruled that the owner of an internet connection which was used to commit copyright infringements cannot escape liability by saying that a family member might also have been able to access that connection.

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