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Radio station victorious in case against music rights holder

US20-09-2013

A court has ruled that a US Internet radio station is free to licence songs belonging to a music rights organisation.

Entrepreneurs claim victory in Ballon d'Or trademark dispute

EU20-09-2013

A UK couple has won the right to use the trademark ‘Golden Balls’ for their company following a six-year dispute with the organisers of a prestigious football award.

Thailand updates patent examination guidelines

Thailand19-09-2013

The Thai patent office has finished updating its guidelines for examining patents covering drugs and chemicals.

Texas and Delaware see surge in patent case filings

US19-09-2013

District Courts in Texas and Delaware have heard the highest concentration of patent case filings in the US this year, according to research.

Marques 2013: why brands applied for gTLDs

International19-09-2013

Attendees at the Marques annual conference in Monte Carlo heard some of the reasons behind .brand generic top-level domain applications and what the domains will be used for.

Marques 2013: the clash between trademarks and free speech

Australia, EU19-09-2013

"Sometimes you need to chill" was a key message to brand owners during a session on trademarks and free speech at the Marques annual conference in Monte Carlo.

US bank files covered business method review

US18-09-2013

A bank has filed a challenge against a technology company at the US Patent and Trademark Office claiming it has been asserting an invalid patent against it.

Goulston hires four IP lawyers

US18-09-2013Movers & Shakers

Four IP lawyers have joined the ranks at Goulston & Storrs PC after leaving Cooley Manion Jones LLP in Boston, US.

Marques 2013: enforcing rights and the jurisdiction problem

Netherlands, UK18-09-2013

Lawyers speaking at the Marques annual conference in Monte Carlo discussed the difficulties of enforcing trademarks and designs in different jurisdictions.

Zoo awarded Polar Bear trademark

EU, Germany17-09-2013

A German zoo has been told it can retain trademark rights for one of its most famous former residents, a Polar Bear named Knut.

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