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Kerstin Jorna, a director of IP at the European Commission, told attendees of the PanEuropean IP Summit why IP rights are so important to Europe in a speech on Tuesday.
The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear a high profile case which could clarify whether computer implemented inventions can be patented.
Francis Gurry is facing three challengers in his quest to be re-appointed as director general of the World Intellectual Property Organization.
UK police say they have helped to reduce advertising on copyright-infringing websites from “major household” brands by 12 percent.
Apple is demanding Samsung pay a further $22 million in legal bills following a high-profile, multi-million dollar damages ruling.
Paris's Chamber of Commerce and Industry was the venue for this year's PanEuropean IP Summit, where European Patent Office president Benoît Battistelli gave the keynote speech.
The European Commission has opened a consultation on its continuing efforts to modernise and review copyright rules in the EU
UK IP firm Mathys & Squire LLP has promoted two of its long-standing associates to partner.
US patent reform is a step closer after the House of Representatives passed the Innovation Act, a bill seeking to reduce abusive patent litigation, on Thursday.
A group of pigs has been paraded outside the Italian Parliament in protest at the growing number of products entering the country with bogus indications of origin.
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