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Amazon wins territorial trademark case at IPEC

UK28-01-2021Muireann Bolger

Amazon has secured a victory at the UK Intellectual Property Enterprise Court, which has dismissed a trademark infringement case against the e-commerce retailer.

US senator issues bill to protect SEPs from China’s ‘bad actors’


A Republican senator has introduced legislation intended to prevent Chinese companies that refuse to pay patent-related fees for the use of mobile technologies from selling their products in the US.

AT&T targeted in $1.35bn patent suit over connected devices


American telecommunications company AT&T is at the centre of a $1.35 billion patent infringement lawsuit relating to the technology which connects smart devices to one another.

Stobbs launches ‘IP-as-a-service’ platform for brand owners

International27-01-2021Movers & Shakers

IP and brand law consultancy Stobbs has launched a new online platform aimed at brand owners.

Japan considers new cosplay copyright rules


The Japanese government is considering how best to regulate cosplay using copyright law.

EU calls for comments on GI scheme review

EU27-01-2021Muireann Bolger

The European Commission has launched a public consultation calling for views on how to strengthen the geographical indications system.

USITC attorney backs BAT in Philip Morris patent dispute


An attorney for the US International Trade Commission has recommended that the Commission find Philip Morris International to have infringed British American Tobacco’s patents, which would likely lead to PMI’s IQOS products being excluded from the US market as early as November 2021.

Accutrainee launches scholarship for aspiring black lawyers

International27-01-2021Muireann Bolger

A trainee secondment company has launched a scholarship programme for black law graduates to help them to gain the work experience they need to enter the legal profession.

Hogan Lovells unveils diversity billable hour credit

26-01-2021Muireann Bolger

Law firm Hogan Lovells has introduced a diversity & inclusion (D&I) billable hour credit for US lawyers.

Lenovo loses bid to access royalty reports in FRAND dispute

UK26-01-2021Muireann Bolger

In a blow for Lenovo, the English High court has ruled that it will not be able to force US research and development firm InterDigital to disclose royalty reports in an ongoing licensing dispute.

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