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The Palm stakeholders get $119m in licensing row


The New York Supreme Court has entered a final judgment in a trademark-licensing suit involving royalties to be paid for licensing the IP of American steakhouse chain The Palm.

EU General Court backs EUIPO in nutty TM dispute


The European General Court has ruled that a trademark applied for by the owner of a nuts and seeds retailer must be rejected as it is likely to be confusing with an earlier mark.

Tillis to chair new US Senate IP Subcommittee

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Republican Thom Tillis and Democrat Chris Coons have been selected to lead the newly-formed US Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on IP.

US Copyright Royalty Board says songwriters will be paid higher royalties


The US Copyright Royalty Board has announced that it will raise the royalty rates paid to songwriters for the streaming of their music for the five-year period from 2018-2022.

Inventor sues tech companies over speech recognition tech


Mimzi, a company representing inventor Jim Geer’s IP, is suing multiple technology companies including Acer, HTC and Asustek Computer Inc.

Chris Aire in ‘Red Gold’ infringement case against Richemont


Solid 21 Inc watch company, owned by Nigerian-American watchmaker Chris Aire, is suing Swiss jewelry maker Richemont, alleging infringement of its “Red Gold” trademark.

HBO fails to kill ‘Game of Stones’ ale TM


US TV network Home Box Office faced defeat last week, after failing in its opposition to a trademark for ‘Game of Stones’ before the UK Intellectual Property Office.

Universal Music targets Australian politician in copyright infringement suit


Universal Music has filed a copyright infringement claim against an Australian politician for using a re-worked version of a song by heavy-metal band Twisted Sister in political advertisements.

Entrepreneur Chiara Ferragni overcomes Gleissner opposition


In a win for Italian entrepreneur and influencer Chiara Ferragni, the EU General Court has set aside a trademark decision from the European Union Intellectual Property Office’s Fourth Board of Appeal.

Hello Kitty owner targets counterfeiters in TM infringement suit


The owner of popular children’s character Hello Kitty, Sanrio, has taken legal action against a California-based company which it alleges is producing counterfeit products that infringe its trademarks and copyright.

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