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Author demands interview is removed from Amazon


Travel writer Bill Bryson has demanded an e-book, which re-published a 20-year-old interview with him, is removed from sale on Amazon after claiming it amounts to copyright infringement.

Gucci claims win over online counterfeiters


A US court has awarded luxury brand Gucci $144.2 million in damages after it fell victim to online counterfeiters.

WIPO releases study into video game protection


The World Intellectual Property Organization has published a multi-national study into legal protection for copyright in video games.

EPO teams up with Lithuania to protect inventors


The European Patent Office has signed an agreement with the State Patent Bureau in Lithuania to help businesses to protect their inventions across Europe.

Controversial EU patent rule amended


The European Patent Office has amended a controversial rule regarding divisional applications for patents.

USPTO seeks comment on draft proposals


The United States Patent and Trademark Office has announced it is seeking comments on its plans to increase the quality of IP protection.

Dutch senate extends protection of performers’ rights


The Dutch senate has accepted a proposal to change the term of copyright protection for performers from 50 to 70 years.

Samsung offers halt on patent litigation


Samsung has offered to stop taking rivals to court for five years over suspected infringements of standard-essential patents.

UK firm adds two more to IP team

17-10-2013Movers & Shakers

UK law firm Irwin Mitchell Solicitors has bolstered its IP department with the addition of a partner and trademark attorney.

EPO celebrates 40 years of the European Patent Convention


The EPO celebrated the 40th anniversary of the European Patent Convention on October 17th.

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