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Samsung tops EPO rankings


Samsung filed the highest number of patents at the European Patent Office in 2012, in what was a record year for filings at the organisation.

Arab provider seeks fifth UDRP spot


Public comments have opened on a revised bid by an Arabic dispute-resolution provider to act as the fifth Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy operator.

Australian Myriad ruling to face appeal


Law firm Maurice Blackburn revealed on Monday that it will appeal against an Australian court decision that backed Myriad Genetics’ ownership of a human gene mutation linked to breast cancer.

Japan cracks down on piracy


Japanese police have arrested 27 people in a coordinated crackdown on illegal downloading.

Jury to re-assess $450 million Apple damages


A new jury trial will re-examine $450 million of the $1.05 billion damages Samsung was fined last year for infringing six of Apple’s design and utility patents.

India rejects Bayer plea over compulsory licence


India’s patent authorities have dealt a blow to German pharma company Bayer by refusing to overturn an order forcing the company to license one of its patented drugs.

Canada introduces anti-counterfeiting bill


Canada’s government has introduced a bill that will bring Canadian trademark and copyright law in line with aspects of the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement.

HGF acquires Grant Spencer

01-03-2013Movers & Shakers

IP law firm Harrison Goddard Foote has acquired London trademark practice Grant Spencer LLP.

Samsung hires Sir Robin Jacob as expert


Samsung has hired Sir Robin Jacob as an expert in its case against Ericsson, it emerged on Thursday.

Congressmen target NPEs with loser-pays bill


Two US congressmen have proposed a bill aimed at reducing “frivolous” patent lawsuits filed by non-practising entities.

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