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The makers of Oscar-winning movie The Hurt Locker have demanded that the identities of more than 2,500 individuals who allegedly downloaded the film illegally should be released.
As technology companies continue battling to bolster their IP rights, Microsoft paid AOL around $1 billion for 925 patents in April 2012.
Generic pharmaceutical company NATCO has been granted a compulsory licence to pharmaceutical giant Bayer’s patent for kidney cancer drug Nexavar in India.
A US lawyer has sparked a legal debate over ‘virtual pinboard’ site Pinterest, claiming it not only violates federal copyright laws, but makes users solely responsible for any infringements.
Actors Stephen Fry and Sir Ian McKellen have offered to pay a yearly licence fee to save a Lord of the Rings-themed pub accused of copyright infringement.
International law firm Baker & McKenzie has launched its Collecting Societies Handbook 2012, a two-volume reference guide to collective licensing of audio and audio-visual rights around the world.
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has announced a record number of cybersquatting cases for 2011 and a 10.7 percent rise in the number of patent applications.
Pharmaceutical maker GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is to invest more than £500 million in UK manufacturing following the chancellor’s announcement of tax relief for UK and European patent profits.
International law firm Salans LLP has appointed Peter Homberg as a partner to its German intellectual property, technology and communications practice group. He is based in the Frankfurt office.
Intellectual property firm EIP has appointed IP lawyer Robert Lundie-Smith from McDermott Will & Emery UK LLP (MWE) in London.
Johansson & Langlois Chile
Becerril, Coca & Becerril, S.C. Mexico
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Deep & Far Attorneys-at-law Taiwan
Barger, Piso & Partner Austria
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