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Michael Jordan wins longstanding Chinese trademark dispute


Basketball star Michael Jordan has prevailed in a longstanding trademark dispute with Chinese sportswear manufacturer Qiaodan Sports.

Singer pronounced co-author of Meryl Streep movie script at English court

UK12-01-2021Muireann Bolger

An opera singer has secured a victory at the UK Intellectual Property Enterprise Court, which ruled that she was the co-author of the screenplay of the film “Florence Foster Jenkins” starring Meryl Streep.

US judge sinks Samsung’s ‘Wuhan submarine’

China11-01-2021Rory O'Neill

A Texas federal judge has issued an anti-interference injunction against Samsung, handing a win to Ericsson in a dispute over telecoms patent royalties.

Cloudflare demands sanctions on copyright plaintiffs

11-01-2021Rory O'Neill

Web security service Cloudflare and three adult models are accusing each other of “frivolous” claims and have called for sanctions in a piracy lawsuit.

Tech company seeks to block Google from adding patents to court win

11-01-2021Muireann Bolger

Google should be prevented from updating a court verdict to deliver a judgment of non- infringement of two patents, according to a complaint by Personalized Media Communications that accuses the tech company of trying to block further suits.

Failed start-up Quibi escapes patent injunction

11-01-2021Rory O'Neill

A US federal judge has refused to issue a preliminary injunction against Quibi, the ill-fated video streaming start-up which ceased operations late last year.

Minaj to pay Chapman $450,000 in copyright spat


Nicki Minaj has agreed to pay Tracy Chapman $450,000 in a copyright dispute that began between the musicians in 2018, according to a notice filed at the US District Court for the Central District of California on Thursday, January 7.

UKIPO denies VW’s bid to stop ‘Multibus’ trademark


The UK Intellectual Property Office has upheld an appeal against a decision made in trademark opposition proceedings which had previously gone in Volkswagen’s favour.

Delhi court will hear scientists’ views on Sci-Hub

India08-01-2021Rory O'Neill

An Indian judge has said that scientists and academics opposed to the blocking of the Sci-Hub and LibGen websites will be able to file submissions before he rules on the case.

Ericsson warns against ‘secret’ Chinese SEP trial

08-01-2021Rory O'Neill

Ericsson has urged a US district court to protect its jurisdiction in a dispute over which venue should hear a standard-essential patent licensing dispute with Samsung.

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