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Pinterest shakes photographer’s copyright claims

08-09-2021Alex Baldwin

Pinterest has convinced a California judge to drop charges from a photographer claiming the website aids in the mass copyright infringement of its users.

Tiang & Partners hires partner to lead IP practice

Hong Kong08-09-2021Movers & ShakersAlex Baldwin

Hong Kong law firm Tiang & Partners has hired partner Chiang Ling Li to head its IP practice.

China aims to tighten laws against online counterfeiters

China08-09-2021Muireann Bolger

China has unveiled proposed revisions to its e-commerce law in a bid to crackdown on online counterfeit products as the country’s digital economy continues to flourish.

Keds sues Hanes over ‘Champion’ trademark

07-09-2021Muireann Bolger

Shoe company Keds has sued competitor Hanes in the latest development in a bitter dispute over the licensing of the ‘Champion’ trademark in the US.

Gucci wins counterfeit dispute at Delhi court

India06-09-2021Muireann Bolger

Gucci has secured a win at a court in Delhi, India, which found that its rights had been infringed by manufacturer Shipra Overseas when it used the luxury brand’s logo without permission.

Only humans can invent, says judge in first US AI patent decision

06-09-2021Muireann Bolger

Only a human being can be legally listed on a patent as an inventor, according to a Virginia federal judge who delivered the first US ruling in the worldwide debate on the patentability of AI inventions.

Google appeals against €500m penalty over news hosting

France03-09-2021Copyright NewsAlex Baldwin

Google is contesting a €591m fine imposed by France’s Competition Authority over sharing local news content on the platform.

EU-backed African IP project officially launches

Africa03-09-2021Trademarks NewsAlex Baldwin

A new EU-funded cooperation project to create, protect and promote intellectual property rights across Africa has officially been launched.

Snyder’s-Lance drops ‘Pretzel Crisps’ dispute with Frito-Lay

02-09-2021Alex Baldwin

Snyder’s-Lance has moved to voluntarily dismiss its decade-long ‘Pretzel Crisps’ trademark dispute with Frito-Lay.

EU Court dismisses Sony’s ‘Gran Turismo’ TM challenge

EU02-09-2021Alex Baldwin

The EU General Court has dismissed Sony Interactive Entertainment’s challenge to an EU trademark application for “GT Racing”, which Sony argued could be confused with its racing game franchise “Gran Turismo”.

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