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Withers & Rogers elects new chair and strategic operations head

EU06-04-2021Movers & ShakersAlex Baldwin

Withers & Rogers has appointed Fiona McBride as its new chair and Zoe Bailey as its head of strategic operations.

Nike blocks Lil Nas X ‘Satan Shoes’

06-04-2021Alex Baldwin

Nike has succeeded in halting the sale of Brooklyn art collective MSCHF’s ‘Satan Shoes’.

‘A win for the internet’: Oracle loses $9bn, decade-long Google copyright case

06-04-2021Muireann Bolger

Google has emerged victorious from its long-running copyright dispute with Oracle after the US Supreme Court ruled that the tech company’s use of a computer code constituted “fair use”.

Ice Cube sues Robinhood over image in newsletter

01-04-2021Alex Baldwin

Californian rapper and actor Ice Cube has filed a lawsuit against stock trading app Robinhood for using his image without permission to promote its “garbage trading platform”.

Litigation in the ‘hyper-casual’ game market

France01-04-2021Alex Baldwin

WIPR caught up with Voodoo’s legal and general counsel, Nassim Ameli-Jouffroy and Senay Gürel, to find out more about its recent "copycat" case, the hyper-casual games market, and bringing litigation against rival gamemakers.

Apple can't block Swatch’s 'One more thing', high court rules

UK31-03-2021Alex Baldwin

Apple has lost a legal challenge levied at Swiss watchmaker Swatch to prevent it registering Steve Job’s famous phrase “one more thing” as a trademark.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: exploring her IP legacy

United States31-03-2021Muireann Bolger

A podcast by the International Trademark Association explored how Ginsburg shaped IP law—as well as offering a behind-the-scenes look at her professional and personal life.

YouTube’s ‘front-loaded’ copyright check shifts onus to uploaders

30-03-2021Copyright NewsAlex Baldwin

YouTube has been treading a difficult path between its users and IP rights holders since its inception.

FTC abandons antitrust suit against Qualcomm

30-03-2021Patent NewsMuireann Bolger

The US Federal Trade Commission has abandoned its lawsuit against Qualcomm, in which it alleged that the chipmaker had demanded exorbitant licensing fees from smartphone manufacturers.

‘Halloumi’ PDO could help fill gap left by ‘weak’ TM

Cyprus, EU - TRADEMARKS30-03-2021Rory O'Neill

Cypriot cheese producers have suffered a setback in their efforts to protect the coveted ‘Halloumi’ trademark—but they’ll soon have other tools at their disposal, lawyers predict.

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