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WIPO data reveal China tops global patent filings


China’s State Intellectual Property Office has overtaken the US Patent and Trademark Office to become the most prolific patent office in the world, according to a report published by the World Intellectual Property Office.

IP Summit: Microsoft attorney urges rights owners to prepare now for gTLDs


Rights owners should begin developing their enforcement strategies for protecting their marks in the new generic top-level domain space, Microsoft attorney Russell Pangborn has warned.

IP Summit: brands must be wary of aggressive social media policies


Brands must think carefully before taking action against alleged infringers on social media websites, a panel warned at the IP Summit in Alicante.

EU leaps into unknown with Unitary Patent agreement


The European Council and European Parliament have both approved the latest proposal for a Unitary Patent (UP) in Europe, while Advocate General Bot rejected Spain and Italy’s attempt to derail the project.

EU adopts four-year IP action plan


The EU council has adopted an action plan to combat intellectual property rights infringement from 2013 to 2017.

NPEs bringing majority of patent cases in US


For the first time, non-practising entities (NPEs) are behind the majority of US patent lawsuits, a recent study has found.

Battistelli bullish on Unitary Patent

EPO, EU10-12-2012

Benoît Battistelli, president of the European Patent Office (EPO), is confident that an agreement on the so-called Unitary Patent is imminent, and that the project will be a boon to the European intellectual property system.

WiLAN sues Apple over wireless technologies


Canadian IP licensing company WiLAN has filed lawsuits against Apple in Texas and Florida District Courts alleging infringement of wireless technology patents it claims are used in the iPhone 5 and iPad 3.

Viagogo ordered to name ticket touts


The UK Supreme Court has ordered secondary ticketing website Viagogo to release personal details of individuals who re-sold rugby tickets on the site last month.

US and EU seize domains in counterfeit crackdown

EU, US07-12-2012

US and European authorities seized 132 alleged counterfeit websites ahead of ‘Cyber Monday’, one of the year’s busiest Christmas shopping days.

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