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Court of Appeal backs DataCo in football data case


The English Court of Appeal has upheld Football DataCo’s copyright infringement claims against online sports data company Sportradar and UK betting agent Stan James.

UDRP cases at WIPO hit record high


Trademark owners filed a record number of cybersquatting complaints at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in 2012, according to an industry report.

Marks and Clerk extends life sciences practice to BioQuarter

06-02-2013Movers & Shakers

Intellectual property law firm Marks and Clerk has opened a new office in Edinburgh’s BioQuarter.

Cravath hires former USPTO head Kappos

06-02-2013Movers & Shakers

New York law firm Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP has hired David Kappos, former director of the US Patent and Trademark Office, as a partner.

Amazon granted second-hand digital marketplace patent


Internet retailer Amazon has been granted a patent to underpin an online marketplace allowing consumers to resell digital goods, but the technology could have copyright implications for the company.

Facebook sued over social media patents


A company that helps inventors to enforce their IP has sued Facebook for allegedly infringing two patents protecting “core aspects of social media”.

General Court backs OHIM in CTM disputes

Germany, Poland05-02-2013

The General Court of the EU has upheld the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market's decision-making in two Community trademark judgements published on Monday.

WEF publishes digital copyright principles


The World Economic Forum published a set of digital copyright principles on Thursday, which are hoped to serve as a guide for copyright policymakers, owners and consumers.

Will Poland join the Unitary Patent system?


In a meeting at Poland’s Presidential Palace on January 23, the Polish government decided to not to sign the unitary patent agreement until it has observed how the system is implemented in other European countries.

Google cuts deal with French publishers


Google has created a €60 million ‘digital publishing innovation’ fund for French newspapers, ending a six-month dispute over the use of their copyrighted material online.

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