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Perkins Coie adds new partner to Palo Alto office


Perkins Coie has expanded its privacy and security practice with the hire of James Snell as partner.

Irish whiskey company in Bacardi trademark row


The maker of The Wild Geese Irish whiskey brand has launched a campaign against drinks maker Bacardi that claims the company’s new marketing campaign is infringing its trademark.

China targets online infringers in IP crackdown


The Chinese government is set to launch a series of clampdowns relating to online infringement as part of its latest bid to improve IP enforcement.

Scotch Whisky toasts success down under


Scotch Whisky is toasting success after it was registered as a certification trademark in Australia, which gives it extra protection in the fight against counterfeit products.

Remaining US app pirates admit guilt


Two US men, who formed part of a group that distributed more than a million pirated apps, have pleaded guilty.

Dapro ‘not subject’ to DuPont counterfeit order


A company that reportedly infringed trademarks belonging to chemicals company DuPont says it was wrongly identified as a culprit.

Former footballer sues Nike over use of nickname


A former professional American football player has sued Nike claiming it infringed a trademark he owns for his nickname.

UK IP adviser calls for a permanent IP police unit


The UK Prime Minister’s specialist IP advisor has called for a temporary police unit dedicated to fighting IP crime to be made permanent.

Sutherland Asbill and Brennan LLP hires three new partners

15-04-2014Movers & Shakers

Sutherland Asbill and Brennan LLP has appointed three new partners to its IP litigation practice.

Rouse heads East to open Chinese IP centre


IP law firm Rouse has teamed up with Tsinghua University in Beijing to open what they say is China’s first dedicated IP centre for businesses.

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