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Gowlings strengthens IP presence in Vancouver

Canada18-06-2013Movers & Shakers

Canadian law firm Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP has added IP lawyer Brian Kingwell to its Vancouver office.

LDCs get more time for TRIPS compliance


So-called ‘least-developed countries’ will have at least eight more years to achieve full compliance with the Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights Agreement, after the World Trade Organization agreed to an extension.

US Supreme Court backs ‘rule-of-reason’ for pay-for-delay


A majority of the US Supreme Court has ruled that the US Federal Trade Commission should be able to challenge so-called ‘pay-for-delay’ patent litigation settlements on antitrust grounds.

UK signs Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances


On June 12, the UK signed the World Intellectual Property Office’s Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances.

PTAB delivers final CBM review ruling


The US Patent Trial and Appeal Board has delivered a final ruling in a covered business method review case for the first time, cancelling five claims in a patent owned by software company Versata.

Movie-maker tries to wipe ‘Happy Birthday’ copyright


A documentary-maker has sued US publishing house Warner/Chappell Music in an attempt to invalidate the copyright protecting the ‘Happy Birthday to You’ song.

US Supreme Court strikes Myriad blow


The US Supreme Court has ruled that isolated human DNA is not patent eligible and has struck down patents owned by biotech company Myriad, ending a long-running and controversial case.

FIFA clamps down on World Cup ambush marketing


Football’s world governing body FIFA has taken action against 100 ambush marketers in the past six months, ahead of next year’s football World Cup in Brazil.

Chinese software pirate jailed for 12 years

China, US12-06-2013

A Chinese national who distributed hundreds of pirated software products online was jailed in the US for 12 years on Tuesday.

TiVo settles for less than expected with Motorola and Cisco


TiVo, which makes set-top boxes for televisions, has settled patent litigation with Google-owned Motorola Mobility, Cisco Systems and Time Warner Cable for a combined $490 million.

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