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A group of US law schools have agreed to provide app developers with free legal services to help them fight non-practising entities.
UK-based bottled water company Life Global Holdings has lost a challenge against Pepsi’s soft drink subsidiary South Beach Beverage Company (South Beach).
British barrister Richard Hacon is set to become the permanent presiding judge of the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court, multiple sources have told WIPR.
A long-running trademark case relating to pharmaceutical and cleaning products has been referred back to the General Court by the Court of Justice for the European Union following an appeal.
A five-year-old US patent application from Apple claiming 20 methods relating to touch screen technology has been deemed patentable despite an anonymous challenge.
Travel writer Bill Bryson has demanded an e-book, which re-published a 20-year-old interview with him, is removed from sale on Amazon after claiming it amounts to copyright infringement.
A US court has awarded luxury brand Gucci $144.2 million in damages after it fell victim to online counterfeiters.
The World Intellectual Property Organization has published a multi-national study into legal protection for copyright in video games.
The European Patent Office has signed an agreement with the State Patent Bureau in Lithuania to help businesses to protect their inventions across Europe.
The European Patent Office has amended a controversial rule regarding divisional applications for patents.
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