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The Chinese government has announced that the special administrative region of Macau will adopt the World Intellectual Property Organization’s Performance and Phonograms Treaty.
Up to 20 percent of patent litigation in the US was instigated by non-practicing entities between 2007 and 2011, according to a government watchdog.
The UK Intellectual Property Office has rejected plans to introduce a “superfast” service that would have seen patents granted in around 90 days.
US law firm Miles & Stockbridge has continued the expansion of its IP practice with the addition of seven lawyers and one patent agent.
Non-practising entity ArrivalStar has agreed to stop suing members of a US transport association after hitting several public agencies with patent infringement claims.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit which accused software company AOL of fraud relating to a billion dollar sale of patents to rival Microsoft.
Two US retailers who sold t-shirts displaying an image of a mayor in Wisconsin have survived claims of copyright infringement.
A home appliance company has been told it should not have been given patents for its ice-dispensing refrigerators, meaning its rival did not infringe its designs.
UK music publisher and royalty collection group PRS for Music has signed a multi-jurisdictional licensing agreement with video streaming website YouTube.
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP has announced it has hired Steven Moore as a partner in its IP practice.
Barger, Piso & Partner Austria
Zovicova & Zovic IP, s.r.o. Slovak Republic
Henry Goh & Co Sdn Bhd Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei
Dennemeyer Group Europe, The Americas, Asia and Australia
Cameron & Shepherd Guyana
Spoor & Fisher South Africa
Caribbean Trademark Services - Law Office of George C. J. Moore PA Caribbean
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