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Technology company Apple is facing claims that several of its products infringe a patent owned by Boston University.
The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has reversed a court order that would have allowed an association of authors to challenge Google’s online library project, Google Books, as a group.
China has announced tough new measures to protect trademarks in the country, including doubling the maximum level of damages for infringement.
The UK Supreme Court overturned more than 100 years of legal doctrine on Wednesday, ruling that damages cannot be claimed for infringing a patent that is later revoked.
ICANN has approved a standard registry agreement for all successful new generic top-level domain applicants.
Belgian pharmaceutical company UCB SA has sued drug-maker Teva Pharmaceutical Industries to stop it manufacturing a generic version of epilepsy drug Vimpat.
Four countries have made their trademark data available through an online database, TMview.
Greenberg Traurig LLP has added IP and entertainment lawyer Nancy Ayala to its Las Vegas office. Ayala joins the firm as a counsel.
Amendments to Norway’s copyright law will give rights holders the power to monitor Internet activity and order the government to investigate suspected copyright infringements.
The European Patent Office (EPO) has opened up its free translation service for patent documents to enable access for six more languages.
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