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Korea Exchange Bank files 46 applications for blockchain technology

South Korea14-02-2019

A South Korean foreign exchange bank has filed 46 patent applications for several blockchain-based technology systems, it has been reported.

Agreement reached on European Copyright Directive

EU14-02-2019

News of a final agreement on the proposed European Copyright Directive has prompted concern from long-term opponents of the law.

Europe-wide initiative to tackle ads on pirate sites launches

EU13-02-2019

The Trustworthy Accountability Group, an advertising industry organisation that boasts Google, Facebook and Disney as members, has launched a new initiative aimed at protecting European brands.

PIPCU warns of dangerous chemicals in counterfeit Valentine’s gifts

UK13-02-2019

The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit of the City of London police has warned shoppers of the dangers of counterfeit goods ahead of Valentine’s Day.

EU court dismisses appeal over multiple errors in TM opposition

EU13-02-2019

The EU General Court has rejected a Spanish company’s bid to oppose an EU cosmetics trademark, finding that its submission was partly filed in the incorrect language and did not identify the grounds of opposition.

Court orders Walmart to pay $95.5 million for TM infringement

US13-02-2019

Walmart has been ordered to pay $95.5 million in royalties and profits after a jury found it had infringed a smaller retail chain’s ‘Backyard’ trademark.

Monster Energy drops TM clash with athletics company

US13-02-2019

Energy drinks maker Monster Energy has settled a trademark dispute with California-based athletics company Monsta Athletics.

'Sluggish' growth in women inventor numbers: USPTO

US13-02-2019

Women inventors still make up just 12% of all patent inventors in the US, according to the US Patent and Trademark Office.

Fed Circuit widens claim scope in Intel suit

US12-02-2019

Intel will face more legal proceedings after the Federal Circuit ruled that a lower court erred in its analysis of the scope of claims in a patent infringement suit.

CCIA criticises “unworkable” EU copyright directive

US12-02-2019

“Foreign countries are increasingly prone to imposing onerous IP regulations aimed at US internet companies”, according to the Computer & Communications Industry Association.

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