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Rouse names new Russia head

Russia09-01-2020Movers & ShakersRory O'Neill

Rouse has appointed Yana Tsygankova as its new country head in Russia.

Squire Patton Boggs hires Venable partner

09-01-2020Movers & ShakersSarah Morgan

Squire Patton Boggs has hired a Venable partner into its IP and technology practice in Washington, DC.

Liverpool FC’s Steven Gerrard marks approved at UKIPO

09-01-2020Rory O'Neill

Two trademarks owned by Liverpool FC, related to footballer Steven Gerrard’s clothing line, have survived an opposition brought by sportswear brand Lotto Sport Italia at the UK Intellectual Property Office.

Rapper urges court to ignore 'friends of Katy Perry' brief

09-01-2020Sarah Morgan

The Christian rapper at the heart of the “Dark Horse” copyright clash is attempting to bar the submission of an amicus brief by a group of musicologists, which he claims is “unabashedly partisan” to Katy Perry’s arguments.

Skyroam attacks uCloudlink over trade secret theft

09-01-2020Sarah Morgan

Mobile data company Skyroam has accused rival uCloudlink of stealing its trade secrets and infringing its patents, just one month after uCloudlink redesigned its products to overcome an injunction.

PTAB judge rejoins Morrison & Foerster

08-01-2020Movers & ShakersSarah Morgan

An administrative patent judge at the US Patent and Trademark Office in San Jose has rejoined law firm Morrison & Foerster.

Chinese patent figures beat country’s own targets, say officials

China08-01-2020Rory O'Neill

IP registrations in China have continued to soar ahead of national targets, according to the country’s IP office.

Sonos sues Google over ‘pervasive copying’ of speaker tech

08-01-2020Rory O'Neill

Home speaker maker Sonos has accused Google of copying its technology and “flooding the market” with cheap, infringing products in order to boost advertising revenues.

IPR prompts US govt to double down on Arthrex rerun

08-01-2020Sarah Morgan

The US government “strongly disagrees” with a recent US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit finding that the appointment of US Patent and Trademark Office patent review judges was unconstitutional.

easyGroup takes on ‘pirate’ airline, sues Skyscanner and Kayak

08-01-2020Sarah Morgan

easyGroup, the UK-based parent company of easyJet, has taken what it claims is a ‘pirate’ airline to court in the US, while also embroiling Skyscanner and Kayak in the dispute.

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