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Amazon triumphs over ICANN’s gTLD objector


Amazon has overcome an objection to its controversial .amazon generic top-level domain after exposing doubts about the objector’s independence.

King hits back at ‘Candy’ trademark criticism

EU, US30-01-2014

Candy Crush Saga game publisher King has responded to criticism about the company’s IP practices in a statement on its website.

Dutch court lifts Pirate Bay blocks


Two Dutch Internet Service Providers have won their fight to lift a blocking order against file-sharing site The Pirate Bay.

IP Czar suggested at UK IP Bill committee stage


The UK’s Intellectual Property Bill has been discussed in The House of Commons’ committee stage today, with the creation of a dedicated “IP czar” among the suggested changes.

Google retains majority of patents in Motorola sale

China, US30-01-2014

Google has sold Motorola Mobility for $2.91 billion to Chinese technology company Lenovo, but will retain the “vast majority” of its former subsidiary’s patents.

Obama calls for patent reform in address


In his annual State of the Union address, delivered on Tuesday, US president Barack Obama said he would pass a patent reform bill that “allows ... businesses to stay focused on innovation, not costly, needless litigation”.

Steptoe & Johnson expands in Palo Alto

US29-01-2014Movers & Shakers

Steptoe & Johnson LLP has opened an office in Palo Alto and hired three partners to help with the launch.

AG backs EU customs authorities over detaining goods


Customs authorities should be able to initiate and conduct proceedings laid down in article 13 (1) of EU regulation 1383/2003, a European Advocate General found on Tuesday.

Court of Appeal upholds Greek yoghurt ruling


A UK court has upheld a decision in a long-running passing off dispute on the marketing of yoghurt, ruling that a US-based company should not be able to label their imported products as “Greek.”

Generic KRKA to receive damages in Nexium case

Slovenia, UK28-01-2014

The UK High Court has decided to award Slovenian generic pharmaceutical company KRKA damages after a preliminary injunction enforced against the company by AstraZeneca was discharged.

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