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Internet providers in the EU can be forced to block websites that infringe copyright, but they must refer to specific blocking measures, the Advocate General confirmed on Tuesday.
A Chinese company has been found guilty of trademark infringement over the illegal use of a trademark belonging to Cognac producer Societe Jas Hennessy.
The world’s five largest IP offices, known as the IP5, received nearly 1.9 million patent applications last year, according to a report.
IP law firm EIP will open its first office in Germany in December, it announced on November 27.
Online retailer Newegg must pay a non-practising entity $2.3 million for infringing a patent that has helped secure millions of dollars in licensing fees.
Microsoft has filed a lawsuit accusing a patent licensing company that attempted to sue it of breaching a contract between the pair.
US law firm Baker & Hostetler LLP has announced it plans to merge with IP boutique Woodcock Washburn.
The FTC has extended the deadline for public comments on its proposed investigation of PAEs.
Customs authorities have begun testing an IT database that aims to support rights owners in their fight against infringement in the EU.
IP rights are crucial for supporting innovation and creativity, but infringements can be justified in certain cases, a survey has found.
Annisa Aaliyya Malaysia
Valencia Law Office Peru
Becerril, Coca & Becerril, S.C. Mexico
Patentbüro Paul Rosenich AG Europe, Switzerland, Liechtenstein
Mikhailyuk Sorokolat & Partners Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Georgia, Uzbekistan, Moldova
Singh & Singh India
Johansson & Langlois Chile
Henry Goh & Co Sdn Bhd Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei
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