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Apple faces iPhone infringement blow


Apple’s iPhone infringes three mobile phone patents owned by non-practising entity (NPE) MobileMedia, a US jury has ruled.

University sues Virtus Pharmaceuticals for patent infringement


The University of Wisconsin’s alumni research foundation is suing Florida-based Virtus Pharmaceuticals for selling a calcium supplement it claims knowingly breaches one of its patents.

Bardehle Pagenberg merges with Italian firm

17-12-2012Movers & Shakers

Bardehle Pagenberg has merged with Studio Legale Casucci-Ferretti, a Milan-based law firm that employs nine IP lawyers.

AstraZeneca wins Crestor ruling


UK pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca has won an appeal court ruling to block the sale of generic versions of its cholesterol medicine Crestor in the US until July 2016.

PCT changes due to come into force


As agreed at the Assembly of the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) Union meeting in October, amendments to the PCT Regulations will come into force on January 1, 2013.

Vince Cable announces IP protection plans


Business Secretary Vince Cable has proposed new measures to protect intellectual property in a speech given at The Big Innovation Centre in London on Monday.

Google copyright removal requests rise to 2.5 million per week


The number of copyright removal requests Google receives per week has increased from 250,000 to 2.5 million in just six months, prompting the search provider to make details of each request publicly available.

Trademark Clearinghouse fees capped at $150


Rights owners will pay no more than $150 to file their individual marks into the Trademark Clearinghouse, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) confirmed yesterday.

Voltage Pictures to sue Canadians for copyright infringement


Voltage Pictures, maker of Oscar-winning movie The Hurt Locker, has filed a court order requesting the names and details of thousands of Canadian internet users who have allegedly downloaded the company’s films.

BPI poised to sue the Pirate Party


The British Phonographic Industry (BPI) is planning to sue the UK Pirate Party for failing to remove a proxy server that provides access to the Pirate Bay.

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