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Woman arrested for selling counterfeit Harry Potter goods


A Spanish woman has been arrested for selling thousands of euros worth of counterfeit "Harry Potter" merchandise.

Infowars sued by cartoon frog creator over poster


Conspiracy theorist website Infowars is being sued by the creator of the ‘Pepe the Frog’ cartoon for copyright infringement. 

Countries to sign Trans-Pacific trade deal minus IP provisions


A group of 11 countries is expected to sign a Trans-Pacific trade deal today, just over a year after US President Donald Trump abandoned his country’s involvement.

Federal Circuit backs car makers in patent clash


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit handed a win to car makers including Fiat, Toyota, Nissan and Ford, after affirming a district court’s summary judgment decisions yesterday.  

TM dispute over stolen Gillette razors dismissed

US07-03-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Gillette’s trademark dispute with an online retailer, which was accused of selling Gillette’s stolen razors, has now been dismissed at the request of the parties.

Fourth Circuit refuses to rehear $25m piracy case


The US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has refused to rehear a $25 million piracy dispute between internet service provider Cox Communications and music licensing body BMG Rights Management.

Patent claim against McDonald’s fails to pay off


An inventor’s complaint accusing McDonald’s of infringing patented payment technology has failed to pay off, as the inventor failed to show how McDonald’s used the system.

BlackBerry sues Facebook and WhatsApp for patent infringement


BlackBerry has accused Facebook and its Instagram and WhatsApp subsidiaries of infringing patents relating to messaging technologies.

Huawei top filer at EPO in 2017

China, EPO, UK07-03-2018

A Chinese company has filed the most European patent applications over the course of a year for the first time, according to a report from the European Patent Office.

UK football club told to stop using trademarks


London-based football club have been told that they cannot use their own name or initials for trademark reasons.

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