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Dutch court lifts Pirate Bay blocks

Netherlands30-01-2014

Two Dutch Internet Service Providers have won their fight to lift a blocking order against file-sharing site The Pirate Bay.

IP Czar suggested at UK IP Bill committee stage

30-01-2014

The UK’s Intellectual Property Bill has been discussed in The House of Commons’ committee stage today, with the creation of a dedicated “IP czar” among the suggested changes.

Google retains majority of patents in Motorola sale

China30-01-2014

Google has sold Motorola Mobility for $2.91 billion to Chinese technology company Lenovo, but will retain the “vast majority” of its former subsidiary’s patents.

Obama calls for patent reform in address

30-01-2014

In his annual State of the Union address, delivered on Tuesday, US president Barack Obama said he would pass a patent reform bill that “allows ... businesses to stay focused on innovation, not costly, needless litigation”.

Steptoe & Johnson expands in Palo Alto

29-01-2014Movers & Shakers

Steptoe & Johnson LLP has opened an office in Palo Alto and hired three partners to help with the launch.

AG backs EU customs authorities over detaining goods

EU29-01-2014

Customs authorities should be able to initiate and conduct proceedings laid down in article 13 (1) of EU regulation 1383/2003, a European Advocate General found on Tuesday.

Court of Appeal upholds Greek yoghurt ruling

29-01-2014

A UK court has upheld a decision in a long-running passing off dispute on the marketing of yoghurt, ruling that a US-based company should not be able to label their imported products as “Greek.”

Generic KRKA to receive damages in Nexium case

Slovenia28-01-2014

The UK High Court has decided to award Slovenian generic pharmaceutical company KRKA damages after a preliminary injunction enforced against the company by AstraZeneca was discharged.

Blank Rome hires patent litigator

28-01-2014Movers & Shakers

Law firm Blank Rome LLP has expanded its IP litigation group with the appointment of Christopher Hu.

Non-profit celebrates ear implant win

28-01-2014

A US medical research foundation has received about $131.2 million in damages after a jury found that two of its patents covering cochlear implants were infringed.

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