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Biden executive order calls for SEP revision

12-07-2021Muireann Bolger

The Biden administration has issued a sweeping executive order to spur competition in the US economy, which provides a significant boost to the licensees of standard-essential patents.

Delhi High Court creates new IP division

India12-07-2021Rory O'Neill

The Delhi High Court has created a specialised IP division that will help replace a defunct appellate board, criticised for its ineffectiveness.

Streaming services target ‘serial mass-infringer’

EU09-07-2021Alex Baldwin

A consortium of several of the world’s largest media companies, including Disney, Netflix, Amazon and Universal, have filed a lawsuit against “serial-mass infringer” Jason Tusa, the alleged operator of several pirate TV subscription services.

Top German court rejects key UPC complaints

Germany09-07-2021Rory O'Neill

The Unified Patent Court project has cleared a major hurdle after Germany’s Federal Constitutional Court rejected attempts to block Germany from ratifying the law.

HGF appoints new CEO, announces leadership changes

International08-07-2021Movers & ShakersAlex Baldwin

HGF has made several changes to its leadership team, including the appointment of IP litigator Martyn Fish as its new CEO.

Samsung barred from bringing IPR, Fed Circ told

08-07-2021Rory O'Neill

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit is weighing up whether a private contract bars Samsung from challenging the validity of patents through the inter partes review system.

Sound of drinks can opening can’t be protected, rules General Court

EU08-07-2021Alex Baldwin

Packaging company Ardagh cannot trademark the sound of its soft drink can opening, according to a recent decision by the EU General Court.

ITC to investigate Crocs infringement claims

07-07-2021Alex Baldwin

The US International Trade Commission will launch an investigation into almost two dozen companies for allegedly infringing on trademarked shoe designs owned by Crocs.

Chris Brown hit with $1.5m infringement suit over chart-topping song

UK07-07-2021Muireann Bolger

Musician Chris Brown has been hit with a lawsuit alleging that he infringed the copyright of UK based record label, Greensleeves Publishing, in his 2017 chart topper, “Privacy”.

TATA wins online injunction against e-commerce site

International06-07-2021Muireann Bolger

India-based Tata group has secured a victory against e-commerce website 'Tatacliqsmart', after the Delhi Court handed down an injunction following a complaint that the site was allegedly infringing the trademarks and copyright of the multinational company.

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