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Bristol-Myers Squibb loses Baraclude patent fight with Teva


A US judge has declared pharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Squibb’s patent covering its hepatitis B treatment Baraclude obvious and invalid.

Comcast NBC: the implications for IP


The USA’s biggest cable TV operator Comcast has completed its buyout of media company NBC Universal for $16.7 billion, in a deal that raises interesting IP questions.

Google countersues BT for patent infringement

UK, US14-02-2013

Google has sued telecoms provider BT and its subsidiaries BT Conferencing, BT Americas, BT INS and Ipanema Technologies over four patents relating to its conference calling and quality of service insurance technologies.

UK IPO appoints attaché for ASEAN region

Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam13-02-2013

The UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has named Tan Shin Yuan as its fourth IP attaché, to be based in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

Trademark agent fails to protect own domain


A Dutch trademark agent has failed to protect one of its own trademarks and lost a cybersquatting dispute to one of its founding shareholders.

The Killing sparks knitwear copyright dispute


A shop-owner in Jutland, Denmark has been accused of copyright infringement for selling a knitting pattern which replicates a jumper worn by actress Sofie Gråbøl in Danish detective drama The Killing.

Avantiq appoints new CEO

Luxembourg, Switzerland12-02-2013Movers & Shakers

Trademark and domain name search provider Avantiq has appointed its director of strategic relations and marketing, Larissa Best, as CEO.

Amazon performs U-turn on Space Marine book


Internet retailer Amazon has re-instated an e-book on its website that it removed last year after complaints about trademark infringement.

Marvell faces record patent damages


A Pittsburgh university has urged a judge to triple the $1.17 billion fine given to Marvell Technology for infringing patents relating to semiconductors.

Microsoft faces patent suit over Bing Ads


A US company has sued Microsoft for allegedly infringing two search engine patents that a jury fined Google and AOL for infringing last year.

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