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Webinar: How to score a preliminary injunction

11-06-2020Sarah Morgan

In disputes between fierce competitors, sometimes monetary damages aren’t enough and an injunction at the beginning of litigation may be far more valuable. But given the rarity of injunctions, how can you bolster your chances of securing one?

Stephenson Harwood launches apprenticeships scheme

11-06-2020Sarah Morgan

In an effort to increase diversity within its firm, London-headquartered Stephenson Harwood has become the latest law firm to establish a solicitor apprenticeship programme.

Second Circuit sidesteps skin copyright debate

10-06-2020Rory O'Neill

A make-up artist has lost his copyright appeal at a US federal appeals court, but the judges declined to issue a highly-anticipated judgment on whether the human skin is a “tangible medium of expression”.

EU governments prioritise IP in 5G catch-up plan

EU10-06-2020Rory O'Neill

European governments have agreed to prioritise IP as they look to gain the upper hand in the race to lead the development of 5G telecommunications technology.

EU losing €15bn annually to counterfeiting

EU10-06-2020Sarah Morgan

Governments across the EU lose up to €15 billion per year due to the presence of counterfeit goods, according to a newly-released report from the European Union Intellectual Property Office.

WTO backs Australia plain packaging rules

Australia, Dominican Republic, Honduras10-06-2020Sarah Morgan

The World Trade Organization’s Appellate Body has reaffirmed the Australian government’s plain packaging restrictions on tobacco products. 

Wales must face Dylan Thomas copyright claim

09-06-2020Sarah Morgan

The Welsh government is not immune from a lawsuit which claims that it infringed on copyright-protected photographs of poet Dylan Thomas in a tourist campaign. 

EUIPO forced to reverse Aragón ceramics TM decision

EU, Spain09-06-2020

The European Union Intellectual Property Office has reversed an earlier decision refusing registration of a Spanish ceramics company’s trademark for ‘Gres Aragón’.

District court ‘abused discretion’ in sippy cup suit: Fed Circuit

09-06-2020Sarah Morgan

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has ruled that a district court “abused its discretion” in awarding attorneys’ fees in a dispute involving a sippy cup.

ITC rejects Hanwha’s patent claims but further litigation looms

China, South Korea08-06-2020Rory O'Neill

Two leading solar panel manufacturers are claiming victory over South Korean conglomerate Hanwha in a patent dispute at the US International Trade Commission.

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