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Arabic UDRP provider turns on the lights

International25-02-2014

The Arab Center for Dispute Resolution is up and running, becoming the fifth provider of Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy services.

UK court rules trademark infringement in Betty Boop case

25-02-2014

A UK court has ruled that a US company, which publishes artwork for use on clothing and merchandise, has infringed trademarks belonging to the creator of cartoon character Betty Boop.

Apple and Samsung sign letter urging clampdown on ‘patent trolls’

EU25-02-2014

Apple and Samsung are among a group of major technology companies urging European officials to ensure that ‘patent trolls’ are not able to run riot under Europe’s proposed Unitary Patent.

Crowell & Moring adds to IP team

US25-02-2014Movers & Shakers

Crowell & Moring LLP has bolstered its IP group in the US with the appointment of Lora Moffatt.

EU Parliament approves ‘goods-in-transit’ powers

EU25-02-2014

The European Parliament has unanimously backed powers for customs bodies to seize counterfeit goods travelling through the EU.

ITC clears tech firms of patent infringement

US25-02-2014

The US International Trade Commission has cleared a group of technology firms, including Samsung, LG and Nintendo, of infringing a patent owned by an IP licensing company.

“Patent trolls” will not trouble Europe – Battistelli

EPO, EU24-02-2014

Europe is strong enough to avoid a US-style “patent troll” phenomenon, European Patent Office president Benoît Battistelli has claimed.

European Parliament agrees copyright licensing changes

EU24-02-2014

The European Parliament has agreed a new directive designed to simplify the management of copyright licensing.

Marks & Spencer in copyright storm over wall-frame design

24-02-2014

A UK designer is facing a battle with high street chain Marks & Spencer after she accused the store of copying her design in its range of framed wall prints.

Canadian ISP forced to disclose “illegal” downloaders’ details

Canada24-02-2014

A Canadian court has ordered Internet service provider TekSavvy to hand over personal details of nearly 2,000 alleged illegal downloaders.

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