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YouTube’s ‘Checks’ copyright system: what lawyers think

International09-04-2021Alex Baldwin

YouTube has tried various systems to cull infringing content on the website since its inception, but could its latest solve the problem?

Nokia, Lenovo end global SEP dispute with licensing deal

China, Finland, Germany09-04-2021Rory O'Neill

Nokia and Lenovo have settled a global patent dispute over video compression technology, ending litigation that spanned across multiple continents since 2019.

SCOTUS ‘scares’ copyright owners with fair use expansion

08-04-2021Muireann Bolger

The saga of Google v Oracle kept the IP world on tenterhooks for more than a decade—and this week’s SCOTUS ruling delivered a final unexpected twist—significantly expanding the scope of “fair use”.

Prior settlement scuppers Apple appeal over Qualcomm patents

08-04-2021Alex Baldwin

Apple cannot appeal a final inter partes review decision upholding claims in two Qualcomm voice messaging patents because of a prior settlement between the companies, said a US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit decision on Wednesday, April 7.

D&I update: Biden's Fed Circ pick could make history

International07-04-2021Muireann Bolger

WIPR brings you all the latest diversity and inclusion (D&I) news affecting the IP world.

Andrei Iancu rejoins Irell & Manella

07-04-2021Movers & ShakersAlex Baldwin

Former US Patent and Trademark Office director Andrei Iancu has rejoined Californian firm Irell & Manella as a partner.

Protecting fintech: a transatlantic view

07-04-2021Alex Baldwin

Securing rights for fintech inventions is a notoriously tricky task, with a path to patentability made less obvious with common rejections.

Withers & Rogers elects new chair and strategic operations head

EU06-04-2021Movers & ShakersAlex Baldwin

Withers & Rogers has appointed Fiona McBride as its new chair and Zoe Bailey as its head of strategic operations.

Nike blocks Lil Nas X ‘Satan Shoes’

06-04-2021Alex Baldwin

Nike has succeeded in halting the sale of Brooklyn art collective MSCHF’s ‘Satan Shoes’.

‘A win for the internet’: Oracle loses $9bn, decade-long Google copyright case

06-04-2021Muireann Bolger

Google has emerged victorious from its long-running copyright dispute with Oracle after the US Supreme Court ruled that the tech company’s use of a computer code constituted “fair use”.

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