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Mental health: why can being a lawyer lead to burnout?

International16-12-2021Muireann Bolger

Safeguarding our mental health and wellbeing is essential, particularly in the wake of the unpredictable climate and widespread anxiety stoked by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Coachella sues Live Nation for selling tickets for rival festival

15-12-2021Muireann Bolger

The company behind the world-famous Coachella Valley Music and Artist Festival, Goldenvoice, is suing entertainment company, Live Nation, for trademark infringement.

Sisvel sues Ford over cellular SEPs

15-12-2021Alex Baldwin

Patent pool operator Sisvel has sued Ford, alleging that the carmaker’s SYNC Connect, FordPass SmartLink and FordPass Connect products infringe on four of its cellular network standards.

Porter Hedges adds new IP litigator

14-12-2021Movers & ShakersAlex Baldwin

Porter Hedges has hired Sarah Ring as a new IP partner in its litigation division based out of the firm’s main office in Houston.

Ocado prevails in ITC patent dispute with AutoStore

Germany, UK14-12-2021Alex Baldwin

Online grocery group Ocado’s robotics products do not infringe on any valid AutoStore patents, a US International Trade Commission chief judge has ruled.

SCOTUS declines to review France’s trademark win

France14-12-2021Muireann Bolger

The French government remains protected by the principle of sovereign immunity from allegations of trademark infringement over a domain name after the US Supreme Court declined to revisit an earlier ruling.

Taylor Swift to face trial in ‘Shake It Off’ suit

13-12-2021Alex Baldwin

A California federal judge has denied Taylor Swift’s request to dismiss a copyright lawsuit that accuses the songwriter of plagiarising lyrics in her chart-topping single “Shake It Off”.

USPTO unveils digital patent, trademark certs from next year

13-12-2021Muireann Bolger

The US Patent and Trademark Office has announced plans to issue patent and trademark registration certificates digitally from 2022 onwards.

Supreme Court asked to review Warhol ‘Prince’ judgment

10-12-2021Alex Baldwin

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts has asked the US Supreme Court to review the Second Circuit’s ruling that the late artist’s “Prince Series” infringed a photographer’s copyright.

Beijing Olympics prompts clampdown on fakes

China10-12-2021Muireann Bolger

China's National Intellectual Property Administration is running a special IP protection campaign to suppress infringements associated with the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games.

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