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Samsung extends Nokia patent licence agreement for five years

Finland, South Korea04-11-2013

On November 4, Nokia announced that Samsung has extended a patent licence agreement between the companies for five years.

Antigua to go ahead with US IP rights suspension

Antigua & Barbuda, US01-11-2013

A governmental committee in Antigua and Barbuda has said it is continuing its plans to suspend US intellectual property rights.

UK gives musicians 20 more years’ copyright

UK01-11-2013

The UK has extended the term of copyright protecting sound recordings and performers’ rights from 50 to 70 years after a recording is published.

Famous Four Media to fight for .sport gTLD

International01-11-2013

Domain company Famous Four Media has suffered a setback in its attempt to host a sport-related generic top-level domain, but has vowed to fight on.

Fed Circuit vacates “prejudicial” ruling in cargo case

US01-11-2013

The US Court of Appeal for the Federal Circuit has remanded a case to the Patent and Trial Appeal Board after examiners were “plainly prejudicial” to one party.

ICANN urged to rule on .llp “breach”

US31-10-2013

ICANN is being urged to clarify whether an applicant for the .llp generic top-level domain would be breaking any rules by restricting the suffix to US customers.

Irish report recommends copyright changes

Ireland31-10-2013

An Irish committee has released a report aimed at improving copyright protection and has proposed the formation of an independent body to oversee copyright issues and changes to the country’s court system.

Nokia seeks import ban of HTC phones

UK31-10-2013

Finnish phone maker Nokia will seek to block HTC from importing several devices into the UK after a judge ruled that they infringe a patent.

Castel takes Chinese trademark case to Supreme Court

China30-10-2013

French winemaker Castel, which was on the receiving end of a $5 million fine for trademark infringement in China, has had its request for a hearing at the country’s Supreme Court accepted.

USPTO to ring fence funds under House bill

US30-10-2013

Three members of the House of Representatives have introduced a bill under which the US Patent and Trademark Office would be permanently funded.

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