Find News

Filter articles

Showing 7891 to 7900 of 8887 results

Texas and Delaware see surge in patent case filings


District Courts in Texas and Delaware have heard the highest concentration of patent case filings in the US this year, according to research.

Marques 2013: why brands applied for gTLDs


Attendees at the Marques annual conference in Monte Carlo heard some of the reasons behind .brand generic top-level domain applications and what the domains will be used for.

Marques 2013: the clash between trademarks and free speech

Australia, EU19-09-2013

"Sometimes you need to chill" was a key message to brand owners during a session on trademarks and free speech at the Marques annual conference in Monte Carlo.

US bank files covered business method review


A bank has filed a challenge against a technology company at the US Patent and Trademark Office claiming it has been asserting an invalid patent against it.

Goulston hires four IP lawyers

18-09-2013Movers & Shakers

Four IP lawyers have joined the ranks at Goulston & Storrs PC after leaving Cooley Manion Jones LLP in Boston, US.

Marques 2013: enforcing rights and the jurisdiction problem


Lawyers speaking at the Marques annual conference in Monte Carlo discussed the difficulties of enforcing trademarks and designs in different jurisdictions.

Zoo awarded Polar Bear trademark

EU, Germany17-09-2013

A German zoo has been told it can retain trademark rights for one of its most famous former residents, a Polar Bear named Knut.

UK appoints new IP advisor

17-09-2013Movers & Shakers

UK Prime Minister David Cameron has appointed a new advisor to assist with IP matters in a bid to clamp down on copyright infringement.

To Kill a Mockingbird copyright case dismissed


To Kill a Mockingbird author Harper Lee has settled her case against her former literary agent, Veritas Media Inc, in which she alleged she was “duped” into signing over her copyright of the book to the company.

Designer threatens UK government over immigration billboards


A French designer has threatened to sue the British government for copyright infringement over the use of his typeface on political billboards.

Showing 7891 to 7900 of 8887 results