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EIP expands San Diego IP team


IP law firm EIP has expanded its team in California with two new additions.

USPTO to open Denver satellite office


The first of three new “satellite offices” of the US Patent and Trademark Office will open officially at the end of this month, the organisation said.

Changes to UK copyright law enter into force


A batch of changes to the UK’s copyright law has been approved and entered into force.

Sharp and HP among fee-shifting winners against NPE


A group of technology companies including Sharp and HP has won attorneys’ fees in a dispute against a “deceitful” non-practising entity.

Research reveals growing business support for UPC


The proposed Unitary Patent is winning round critics, and may bring an increased number of patent cases to Europe, but scepticism remains, new research has shown.

Pirate Bay co-founder arrested


The co-founder of controversial website The Pirate Bay has been arrested after being on the run for two years.

Supreme Court overturns Limelight and Nautilus cases


The US Supreme Court has today overturned rulings in two patent cases that could provide guidance for future infringement lawsuits and limit the power of non-practising entities, sometimes known as “patent trolls”.

Mayer Brown continues IP expansion


Mayer Brown has expanded its IP team and hired patent litigator Jamie Beaber as partner in its IP practice.

Aldi victorious in Moroccan oil passing off case


Aldi has successfully seen off a legal challenge from a company that accused it of passing off its hair oil product.

Edwards Wildman hires Chicago litigator


Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP has appointed Kal Shah as a partner to its IP department in Chicago.

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