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Samsung removes three patents from Apple battle


Samsung has agreed to remove claims that rival Apple infringed standard-essential patents it owns ahead of the latest lawsuit between the companies.

Pistorius trial image raises copyright questions

South Africa07-03-2014

The release of a witness’s image in the murder trial of South African athlete Oscar Pistorius has raised questions of copyright infringement.

Twitter’s IBM patent haul cost $36 million


Micro-blogging site Twitter paid IBM $36 million for more than 900 patents last year, a company filing has shown.

Samsung tops EPO patent filings list


Samsung filed the most patents at the European Patent Office last year; a record year for applications.

Song flies to Blank Rome nest

US06-03-2014Movers & Shakers

Seagull Song has joined Blank Rome LLP as of counsel in the firm’s Los Angeles office.

Two found guilty of DuPont trade secret theft

China, US06-03-2014

A US jury has found two businessmen guilty of stealing and selling trade secrets belonging to chemical company DuPont that were worth more than $20 million.

Pernod Ricard in “Jameson” trademark suit


Drinks maker Pernod Ricard, famed for producing Jameson Irish whiskey, is locked in a trademark dispute with Californian winery Jamieson Ranch Vineyards.

Baker & Hostetler adds another partner to IP team

US06-03-2014Movers & Shakers

Baker & Hostetler LLP has added privacy and data protection specialist Alan Friel as partner in its IP group.

Francis Gurry nominated for second term as WIPO director general


Francis Gurry has been nominated for a second term as the World Intellectual Property Organisation’s director general.

UN targets tourists with anti-counterfeiting campaign


Three UN agencies have combined to educate tourists about the dangers of a number of illicit practices such as counterfeiting.

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