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Michael Jordan wins longstanding Chinese trademark dispute

China13-01-2021

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

11-01-2021

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

UK11-01-2021

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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