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The EU General Court yesterday upheld an earlier decision to refuse a trademark opposition surrounding adhesive tape on the ground of insufficient evidence.
Clinton Brannon has joined Williams Mullen as a partner after spending nearly eight years at Mayer Brown.
The Phillips claim construction rule will replace the “broadest reasonable interpretation” standard in America Invents Act proceedings at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, it has been confirmed.
A Chinese Ministry of State Security operative has been charged with economic espionage and stealing trade secrets from US aviation companies, it has been revealed.
More than a third (38%) of consumers access music by infringing copyright, according to new research by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI).
Harry Rubin, co-leader of Ropes & Gray’s IP practice, is to join Kramer Levin’s corporate department as head of the firm’s new IP and technology transactions practice.
European law firm Haseltine Lake has appointed a new CEO, following the departure of Lesley Evans, who stepped down at the end of September after 17 years in the role.
The EU General Court yesterday sided with the European Union Intellectual Property Office, dismissing a trademark appeal from Italian appliance maker De’Longhi.
The technology supporting the dual-camera function of Apple’s iPhones is at the centre of a patent infringement lawsuit filed yesterday by two individuals.
British menswear brand Alfred Dunhill has secured a victory in China after a court awarded the company RMB10 million in a trademark infringement case.
C&L ATTORNEYS, SC. Mexico
Chofn Intellectual Property China
Valencia Law Office Peru
Singh & Singh India
Patice IP Legal Iceland
Becerril, Coca & Becerril, S.C. Mexico
Patentbüro Paul Rosenich AG Europe, Switzerland, Liechtenstein
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