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US technology company InterDigital has agreed a licensing deal with Samsung, but has kept its finer details under wraps.
US authorities have sentenced a man to 46 months in prison for his part in a “massive” international counterfeit goods conspiracy.
Technology company Honda has demanded that a popular flight simulator removes a ‘Honda’ branded engine from the game after claiming trademark infringement.
A planned strike at the European Patent Office has been rejected by its president, causing further unrest among EPO workers, WIPR can reveal.
Record label Cayman Music has had its claim to the copyright of several Bob Marley songs dismissed today, June 4, by a UK court.
The group representing and protecting the works of Hollywood’s six major film studios has teamed up with a Chinese website to promote legitimate access to films and TV programmes.
Morrison & Foerster LLP announced yesterday, June 2, that Lynn Levine, former director of the US ITC’s Office of Unfair Import Investigations, has joined the firm’s IP group.
Two US patent decisions have provided guidance for future disputes but there is “still work to be done” to shore up a complicated patent system, lawyers have told WIPR.
Representatives of UK boy band One Direction have reportedly threatened legal action against a news website, claiming it infringed a band member’s copyright by publishing a “stolen” video.
Research engine operator FindTheBest has won a patent dispute against a non-practising entity and has successfully invoked the fee-shifting provision under US patent law.
Gorodissky & Partners Russia, Ukraine
Ermakova Stoliarova & Partners Russia
Spoor & Fisher South Africa
Sulima, Grabowska, Sierzputowska Patent and Trademark Attorneys Poland
Dr. Helen G. Papaconstantinou and Partners Greece
Papula-Nevinpat Finland, Russia, Germany
GRISCHENKO & PARTNERS IP Ukraine
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