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Democrats’ removal of 'Swifties' merch overshadows Virginia election


Seemingly unlicensed Taylor Swift merchandise and its prompt removal from the market is at the centre of one of the more surprising stories to come out of the build-up to the Virginia gubernatorial election in the US.

Elite GCs embrace new D&I ‘scorecard’ for law firms

International12-10-2021Muireann Bolger

The Minority Corporate Counsel Association has unveiled a new measurement tool or “scorecard” for general counsel to assess the diversity, equity and inclusion progress of the law firms they hire.

KC & the Sunshine Band bassist sues publisher over copyrights

11-10-2021Alex Baldwin

Former KC & the Sunshine Band member Richard Finch has sued Sony-owned music publisher EMI Longitude, asking a California court to reinstate his copyrights for nearly 100 of the band’s songs.

Sharp and Oppo end litigation with patent licensing deal


Telecommunications rivals Sharp and Oppo have cemented an agreement covering global cross-patent licences for communications technologies, ending all ongoing litigation between the two companies.

Saudi Arabia to lift four-year ban on beIN Sports

Saudi Arabia08-10-2021Alex Baldwin

Saudi Arabia is set to lift its four-year ban on Qatari broadcaster beIN Sports, bringing an end to a drawn-out dispute over illegal streaming of Premier League football matches.

Chris Brown and Drake’s “No Guidance” targeted in copyright suit


Musicians Chris Brown and Aubrey Graham, who is better known as Drake, have been accused of “stealing” their 2019 hit single “No Guidance” from another R&B singer.

Federal Circuit sides with Samsung in NDA—IPR challenge


A non-disclosure agreement containing a forum selection clause does not prevent Samsung from challenging the validity of the other party’s patents in inter partes review proceedings, according to a decision delivered by the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit yesterday.

Google wins picture frame dispute in jury trial

07-10-2021Alex Baldwin

Google’s smart home system Nest does not infringe Profectus Technology’s digital picture frame patent, a Texas jury has ruled.

UMG seeks $82m from YouTube stream-rippers

07-10-2021Alex Baldwin

Universal Media Group has secured a default judgment against two YouTube video-ripping services and is seeking more than $82 million in damages, according to documents published by a Virginia federal court.

EU General Court annuls EUIPO decision in ‘basmati’ dispute


The EU General Court yesterday annulled a decision by the European Union Intellectual Property Office in a case centring on basmati rice.

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