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1.2 million pirated goods seized by Nigerian authorities


The Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) has announced that it seized more than 1.2 million pirated goods in the first six months of 2017.

WIPO welcomes 100th Madrid System member

Indonesia, International04-10-2017

Indonesia has become the 100th member of the Madrid System for registering and managing trademarks globally.

Kirkland & Ellis promotes 97 to partner

US03-10-2017Movers & Shakers

Kirkland & Ellis has promoted nearly 100 attorneys to partner across its 13 international offices.

Duane Morris opens Austin office, hires Norton Rose partner

US03-10-2017Movers & Shakers

Duane Morris has opened an office in Austin, Texas, and hired Bert Greene as an IP partner and Brad Thompson as an energy sector partner.

Germany’s Supreme Court backs Google over thumbnail images


Germany’s Federal Court of Justice has backed search engine Google in a dispute over whether the use of thumbnail images constitutes copyright infringement.

Media companies fight to keep Uber v Waymo case public


Several media companies including Bloomberg, BuzzFeed and the Associated Press have opposed a request by Waymo to keep part of the upcoming IP jury trial with Uber a secret.

Korean band grant Coldplay copyright to avoid ‘great stress’


A Korean band have granted copyright to Coldplay and The Chainsmokers, a DJ production duo, after criticism that the band’s “Don’t Wanna Cry” song is too similar to a track made by the parties.

WIPO should tentatively engage with AI, says Gurry


The World Intellectual Property Organization should begin “tentative engagement” with artificial intelligence, big data and the Internet of Things, according to its director general Francis Gurry.

US Supreme Court won’t hear Louis Vuitton or Synopsys cases


The US Supreme Court has denied a petition to revisit the landmark 2014 Alice v CLS Bank decision, while choosing not to assess a parody case filed by Louis Vuitton.

CJEU says German court has jurisdiction over French company in Nintendo case

EU, Germany03-10-2017

Europe’s highest court has ruled on a designs dispute between video games company Nintendo and a maker of console accessories, finding that a German court does have jurisdiction over a French defendant.

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