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Roc-A-Fella stops sale of Jay-Z album NFT

24-06-2021Alex Baldwin

Roc-A-Fella Records has succeeded in getting a temporary restraining order against its co-founder Damon Dash, halting his plan to sell a non-fungible token of Jay-Z’s debut album “Reasonable Doubt”.

Apple and Fortress strike patent litigation deal

24-06-2021Rory O'Neill

Apple has withdrawn from an antitrust suit against hedge fund and alleged ‘patent troll’ Fortress Investment, which has also dropped multiple infringement suits against the tech company.

YouTube not liable for hosting infringing works, CJEU clarifies

EU23-06-2021Alex Baldwin

Online media hosting platforms do not make a “communication to the public” of content, therefore are not liable when illegally posted copyrighted content is uploaded, the Court of Justice of the European Union clarified yesterday.

Romania’s MPR Partners opens London office

Romania, UK23-06-2021Movers & ShakersMuireann Bolger

EU law firm MPR Partners has announced the opening of its first UK-based office in London.

Indian manufacturer wins ‘rare’ injunction over ‘Dr Fixit’ TM

India23-06-2021Muireann Bolger

In a victory for India-based manufacturer, Pidilite Industries, the Bombay High Court in Mumbai has granted the company ad-interim relief over its ‘Dr Fixit’ trademarks which it claimed that rival Q-Chem had infringed.

Wrestler’s likeness suit vs Epic Games, Microsoft KO’d by SCOTUS

22-06-2021Alex Baldwin

The US Supreme Court has refused to hear arguments against Fortnite developer Epic Games and Microsoft for allegedly copying the likeness of a professional wrestler in the video game series ‘Gears of War’.

Arthrex: ‘patents have become more political’

22-06-2021Muireann Bolger

In a decision highly anticipated by patent owners, the US Supreme Court has delivered its final ruling in US v Arthrex—a fractured opinion that lawyers say leaves burning questions around its political implications.

BREAKING: SCOTUS says IPRs should be reviewable in Arthrex; hands more power to USPTO director

21-06-2021Patent NewsAlex Baldwin

The US Supreme Court has confirmed that judges for the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) act as unconstitutional principal officers, and should therefore have been appointed by the President, in its final ruling in United States v Arthrex.

Duane Morris adds ex-USPTO judge to its IP practice

21-06-2021Alex Baldwin

Duane Morris has hired former US Patent and Trademark Office judge Monté Squire as a partner at the firm’s IP practice in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Live-chat messenger firm receives $30m from trade secrets suit

21-06-2021Alex Baldwin

A California district court jury has awarded brand-to-consumer live messaging provider LivePerson more than $30 million in a trade secret suit win against competitor [24]7.ai.

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