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Hogan Lovells promotes pair to partnership

UK, US23-01-2013Movers & Shakers

Hogan Lovells has promoted two lawyers from its IP, media and technology practice to the firm’s partnership.

China to open IP mediation centre


China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology is to open a mediation centre to deal with intellectual property and online piracy disputes, it was revealed at a conference last week.

Deloitte publishes Trademark Clearinghouse fees


Deloitte has revealed that IP owners will pay $150 to file their trademarks into the centralised trademark database – but they can pay discounted fees under an alternative pricing model.

German court rejects Via Vadis patent suit against Skype


The Dusseldorf District Court has rejected patent infringement claims brought by non-practising entity (NPE) Via Vadis Controlling against Internet video and voice calling service Skype.

General Court backs AB InBev in EU Bud dispute


The General Court of the EU has ruled today that beer-manufacturer AB InBev can register its Bud trademark across the EU, the latest decision in a long-running dispute with Czech rival Budějovický Budvar.

PatentScope on track to become world’s largest free database


In a speech given at the Global Technology Impact Forum on Monday, WIPO director general Francis Gurry announced his hopes to make PatentScope the largest free public database of technology disclosures in the world.

US seizes counterfeit goods worth $1.26 billion in 2012


US customs and border officials seized counterfeit goods worth around $1.26 billion last year, according to a report published by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) last week.

Duane Morris expands to Silicon Valley

US21-01-2013Movers & Shakers

Duane Morris LLP has opened a new office in the tech hub of Silicon Valley, hiring an IP litigator as its managing partner.

Dotcom boom: Mega launches with a bang

New Zealand, US21-01-2013, the successor to file-sharing site Megaupload, launched on Saturday with a spectacular display on founder Kim Dotcom’s estate in New Zealand.

Publishers demand UK copyright bill changes


A group of media publishers have claimed that three copyright provisions in draft UK legislation are unlawful—and have demanded their deletion.

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