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Canada announces new patent and TM agent regulator

Canada29-06-2021Alex Baldwin

The Canadian Government has appointed a new independent regulator for patent and trademark agents.

Apple fails to invalidate Optis cellular SEP

UK29-06-2021Alex Baldwin

The English High Court has ruled that Apple had infringed a cellular standard-essential patent, marking the second loss for the company over multi-jurisdiction infringement claims.

DC Comics’ ‘Wonder Woman’ loses Unilever showdown

UK29-06-2021Alex Baldwin

DC Comics has lost its bid to prevent Unilever from registering the trademark ‘Wonder Mum’, after failing to persuade the UK Intellectual Property Office that it would infringe its ‘Wonder Woman’ mark.

Clarks loses TM opposition against children’s outfitters

UK28-06-2021Alex Baldwin

UK shoe company C & J Clark has failed to convince the UK Intellectual Property Office to block luxury children’s clothing company Clark & Beau from trademarking its logo.

Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty label hit with TM infringement suit

28-06-2021Muireann Bolger

Music artist Rihanna has become embroiled in yet another IP suit after lingerie company Adore Me accused the singer’s Savage X Fenty brand of trademark infringement.

Crowell & Moring to merge with tech IP frim Brinks Gilson & Lione

International25-06-2021Movers & ShakersAlex Baldwin

Crowell & Moring plans to merge with Chicago-based tech practice Brinks Gilson & Lione in July.

Booker T loses ‘Call of Duty’ copyright suit

25-06-2021Rory O'Neill

A Texas jury yesterday, June 24, cleared Activision Blizzard of infringing former pro wrestler Booker T’s copyright in its “Call of Duty: Black Ops 4” video game.

USPTO sees surge in TM applications, accuses Chinese IP firm

25-06-2021Alex Baldwin

The US Patent and Trademark Office is dealing with an “unprecedented” surge in trademark applications, causing delays in processing and reviewing, which could be linked to a number of suspected falsified applications from China.

Siemens IP chief on German reforms, 5G, and patent pools

Germany25-06-2021Rory O'Neill

Earlier this month, the German Bundestag approved reforms to the country’s patent laws which abolished patent owners’ right to a so-called ‘automatic injunction’ in infringement cases.

Mintz adds Fish & Richardson high-tech patent prosecutor

24-06-2021Movers & ShakersAlex Baldwin

Mintz has hired high-tech patent attorney Frank Gerratana as a member of its IP division in Boston.

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