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Luxury fashion company Chanel is facing a lawsuit in the US after allegedly accusing a jewellery company of trademark infringement.
The US government has agreed to pay a Texan company $50 million for the army’s unauthorised use of copyrighted software.
Luxury fashion brand Burberry faces losing trademark protection for its signature design in China following a long-running dispute with a local company, but has announced it will appeal.
Law firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP has promoted three IP lawyers to its partnership in the US.
Apple and Amazon are two of 16 companies that have been sued over the alleged infringement of a computer-based patent.
A governmental body in India has launched an investigation into Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson following a patent dispute with phone maker Micromax Informatics Limited.
On November 28 the European Commission proposed new rules on how to protect trade secrets against their unlawful acquisition, use and disclosure.
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.
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