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Man arrested over fake Rosetta Stone software


UK police have arrested a man for selling pirated Rosetta Stone software after the company referred him to the authorities.

Second ‘Redskin’ trademark bid rejected


The US Patent and Trademark Office has rejected another bid to trademark ‘Redskin’, casting further doubt on an American football team’s chances of protecting the word.

ICANN gTLD auctions set for this summer


ICANN will begin hosting auctions to settle duplicated bids for generic top-level domains on June 4.

McDermott Will & Emery adds two to IP team


McDermott Will & Emery LLP has bolstered its IP group with addition of two partners.

Von Meibom joins Vossius & Partner in Munich

Germany20-03-2014Movers & Shakers

German-based IP firm Vossius & Partner has recruited patent litigator Wolfgang von Meibom to its Munich office.

Jay-Z accused of ignoring $600 million lawsuit


Shaun “Jay-Z” Carter has been accused of ignoring a $600 million trademark lawsuit issued to him and others over the use of the ‘Brooklyn Nets’ logo.

EU Observatory to raise goods-in-transit problem


The European Observatory wants to strengthen border controls within the EU to stop counterfeit goods leaving for third countries, according to Phil Lewis, who is responsible for planning and developing the network.

South African copyright activists accused of infringing copyright

South Africa19-03-2014

A South African organisation dedicated to championing IP rights has come under fire for allegedly using a copyrighted image on its website without permission.

EPO staff set to strike for seven days


Staff at the European Patent Office will strike for seven days, starting this week, it has been confirmed.

Confusion over Dot Berlin trademark list


A list containing nearly 50,000 trademarked terms, which was published by mistake, has left industry insiders scratching their heads.

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