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Robins Kaplan hires IP litigators

US19-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Robins Kaplan has expanded its Boston office with the addition of Stephen Wald as a partner in the firm’s business litigation practice group.

Self-help group leader must pay Microsoft attorneys’ fees


Keith Raniere, the leader of a self-help group in the US, has been told he must pay telecoms company AT&T and Microsoft nearly $450,000 of attorneys’ fees and costs in a patent dispute.

Barbershop accuses LeBron James of TM infringement


A barbershop in Detroit has accused LeBron James and his multimedia platform Uninterrupted of trademark infringement, in a complaint that said the basketball star “stole” the shop’s concept for a web series.

LAPD seizes counterfeit cosmetics containing human faeces


Earlier this week the Los Angeles Police Department seized $700,000 worth of counterfeit cosmetics containing bacteria and faeces in LA’s fashion district.

Michael Best hires Merchant & Gould litigator

US18-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Michael Best & Friedrich has expanded its litigation practice group with the addition of Shane Brunner as partner. 

More manpower required to deal with cases: EPO Boards of Appeal


Significantly more manpower will be necessary in the coming years to ensure the proper functioning of the European Patent Office’s (EPO) appeal system, a report has said.

We’re firing a warning shot against infringers: Harley-Davidson counsel

International, US18-04-2018

Motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson scored its largest-ever trademark win yesterday, obtaining $19.2 million in statutory damages for wilful counterfeiting from t-shirt designer SunFrog.

General Court backs rejection of ice cream TM opposition

Bulgaria, EU, Turkey17-04-2018

The EU General Court has ruled against a Turkish chocolate company which had opposed a trademark application for an ice cream cornet.

US and UK team up to fight Russian IP theft

Russia, UK, US17-04-2018Patent News

The US and the UK have joined forces in an effort to fight “worldwide cyber exploitation of network infrastructure devices” from Russian-sponsored hackers.

SCOTUS: patent case sparks concerns over international relations


US Supreme Court justices voiced their concerns over recovery of damages in multiple countries during oral arguments in a case concerning lost patent profits outside the US.

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