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UK Supreme Court: ISPs not liable for counterfeit site-blocking fees


The UK Supreme Court has today ruled that internet service providers do not have to pay the costs for blocking access to websites selling counterfeit products.

Atari sues Redbubble for trademark and copyright infringement

13-06-2018Copyright News, Trademarks News

Video game brand Atari is taking on online retailer Redbubble for selling counterfeit and copyright-infringing products.

Canadian pleads guilty to stealing trade secrets from DuPont spinoff


A Canadian citizen has pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to steal trade secrets from The Chemours Company, the world’s largest producer of sodium cyanide (a chemical used to mine precious metals).

Barbour dubs Levi Strauss TM bully in clash over tabs


UK-based luxury brand Barbour has called out jeans maker Levi Strauss over its “severe overreaching” in protecting the use of tabs on the back pocket of trousers.

Fish & Richardson boosts litigation practice with Winston hire

13-06-2018Movers & Shakers

Fish & Richardson has hired IP litigator Esha Bandyopadhyay as a principal to the firm’s Silicon Valley office.

Banner & Witcoff hires shareholder to Washington, DC office

12-06-2018Movers & Shakers

US-based law firm Banner & Witcoff has hired patent litigation attorney John Hutchins as a shareholder in its Washington, DC office.

US government asks whether IANA transition should be reversed


The US National Telecommunications and Information Administration has asked for views on whether the handover of domain name system functions from the agency to a multi-stakeholder model should be “unwound”.

TM shape restrictions do not include Louboutin red sole: CJEU

EU, Netherlands12-06-2018

Europe’s highest court has today issued a seemingly positive ruling to fashion company Christian Louboutin after saying that a trademark for its red-sole high heel does not meet legal provisions that prevent certain shape marks being registered.

Hungarian woman feeling blue after EU General Court decision

EU, Hungary12-06-2018Trademarks News

The EU General Court has today rejected a Hungarian woman’s appeal after the European Union Intellectual Property Office dismissed a trademark application for soft drinks.

Snap Inc and Facebook move to dismiss Blackberry patent claims

12-06-2018Patent News

Snap Inc, parent company of Snapchat, and Facebook have filed two separate motions to dismiss patent infringement claims that Blackberry made against the companies.

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