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Premier League ends YouTube copyright row


Video-sharing website YouTube and the English Premier League have gone their separate ways after a long-running copyright dispute, according to The Guardian.

Hacon confirmed as IPEC judge


Barrister Richard Hacon has been appointed as specialist circuit judge of the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court.

Temple Bright expands IP and tech practice

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Andrew Tibber has joined the Bristol office of law firm Temple Bright LLP as partner.

Canada Goose sues Sears over winter coats


High end clothes maker Canada Goose has slammed “low to mid quality” retailer Sears for trademark and trade dress infringement.

UK broadcaster caught up in copyright battle over science-fiction series


The son of the author behind the first episode of the Dr Who television series has complained to the UK’s major broadcaster claiming it has breached copyright.

HTC and LG targeted in latest round of smartphone lawsuits


A US telecommunications company has taken two smartphone makers to court claiming patent infringement.

Clorox stung with breach of contract suit


Bleach maker Clorox is facing claims that it breached a co-existence agreement with Mexican company Industrias AlEn by attacking its Cloralex brand.

UK releases report on IP and SMEs


A new report published today encourages UK-based small and-medium-sized enterprises to use their IP to secure finance.

Go Daddy sets steep gTLD prices


Domain name registrar Go Daddy has begun accepting pre-registrations for four new generic top-level domains at seemingly high prices.

Supreme Court hears Medtronic case


On November 5, the US Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the Medtronic Inc v Boston Scientific Corporation case to determine whether the patent holder or licensee bears the burden of proof in matters where declaratory judgment of non-infringement has been sought.

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