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NBA, MLB and NHL tackle online counterfeiters

US09-07-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Five US sporting organisations, including the National Basketball Association, the Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League, have filed a trademark infringement and counterfeiting claim against online marketplaces.

Saudi Arabia responds to ‘baseless’ Wimbledon piracy claims

Saudi Arabia09-07-2018Trademarks News

Saudi Arabia’s ministry of media has denied allegations made by international tennis organisations which claim that the country is the source of pirate site beoutQ.

Trump secures trademark win at UKIPO

US09-07-2018Trademarks News

The UK Intellectual Property Office has refused to register a trademark for ‘Trump TV’ after the application was opposed by a company connected to US President Donald Trump.

US court imposes maximum fine for Chinese IP theft

China, US09-07-2018

A US court has imposed a maximum statutory fine of $1.5 million on a Chinese wind turbine maker, after it was convicted of stealing trade secrets from an American company earlier this year.

Piracy levels down among young consumers: UKIPO report


Young people in the UK are watching less pirated content online than they have previously, according to a new report from the UK Intellectual Property Office.

Plus-size fashion brand accuses Target of TM infringement

US06-07-2018Trademarks News

A plus-size women’s clothing line is taking on US department store Target over the sale of a women’s clothing range that it claims infringes its trademark.

Trump mulls imposition of $500bn tariffs on Chinese goods

China, US06-07-2018

US President Donald Trump has said that US tariffs could be applied to more than $500 billion worth of Chinese goods, just two weeks after he announced a 25% tariff on $50 billion of goods from China.

Semiconductor patent fight escalates with injunction

China, US06-07-2018

Two semiconductor companies embroiled in a patent dispute in both China and the US have responded to a preliminary injunction, issued earlier this week, which prohibits Micron from selling allegedly infringing chip products in China.

European Commission seeks applications for SEP group


The European Commission today announced it has set up a group to consider the licensing and valuation of standard-essential patents.

European Parliament reopens copyright debate


The European Parliament rejected a draft directive aimed at modernising copyright rules earlier today, sending it back to the drawing board.

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