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Cole Schotz appoints IP co-chair

13-03-2018Movers & Shakers

Cole Schotz has appointed a Greenberg Traurig shareholder as co-chair of the firm’s IP department. 

WIPR survey: How can China improve IP protection?


More than 80% of WIPR readers believe that China must do more to protect IP rights in the country, according to our latest survey.

H&M takes graffiti artist to court in copyright dispute


Clothing retailer H&M has filed a complaint for declaratory judgment after being threatened with legal action over its use of graffiti art in a marketing campaign.

Fujifilm wins US import ban against Sony


The US International Trade Commission has ruled that Japan-based Sony must stop importing products into the US that infringe a Fujifilm patent.

Nando’s takes on chicken shop in trademark claim


Restaurant chain Nando’s has threatened legal action against a chicken shop, accusing the eatery of using similar cockerel and chilli images. 

DLA Piper names TM and copyright chair in Washington, DC


DLA Piper has named Thomas Zutic as chair of the firm’s trademark, copyright and media practice in Washington, DC.

Apple wrapped up in Siri patent suit


Apple’s famous voice assistant technology Siri is at the centre of another patent infringement lawsuit in the US. 

Samsung sued in US and China over touch technology


A US technology company has said Samsung’s touchscreen products including the Galaxy S8 infringe patents related to haptic technology.

Show me the money: EU General Court overrules currency TM decision


The EU General Court has annulled the European Union Intellectual Property Office’s refusal of a trademark registration covering currency.

Counterfeit goods entering US rise 8% in 2017


The number of seized items infringing IP rights in the US increased by 8% in 2017 year on year.

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