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Ministry of Sound and Spotify settle compilation row


Dance music brand Ministry of Sound and streaming service Spotify have settled their copyright dispute out of court.

Manchester United fan targeted over 100-follower Twitter account


A Manchester United fan who ran his own Twitter account dedicated to the club has had his account suspended after club heavyweights accused him of infringing its intellectual property.

Arnold & Porter adds patent litigator to IP team

04-03-2014Movers & Shakers

Arnold & Porter LLP has added to its IP group with the appointment of Ryan Casamiquela.

Clearinghouse sends 17,500 cybersquatting warnings


Trademark owners have received more than 17,500 warnings about cybersquatting in the new generic top-level domain area, it has been confirmed.

South African football league nets copyright victory

South Africa03-03-2014

South African football’s top division is celebrating after a judge ruled that it can use copyright to protect and enforce its fixture lists.

Apple fends off $2.2 billion IPCom claims


A German court has cleared Apple and HTC of infringing standard-essential patents owned by IPCom, a patent licensing firm.

German court finds Microsoft map patent invalid


The Federal Patent Court of Germany has decided that the German part of Microsoft’s European Patent EP0845124, which covers a computer system for identifying local resources in a map, is invalid due to lack of inventive step.

3LP Advisors adds IP attorney to Palo Alto team

03-03-2014Movers & Shakers

Palo Alto-based IP advisory firm 3LP Advisors has added Andrew Filler to its licensing and general patent operations team. Filler will focus on supporting the company’s recent agreement with technology company ParkerVision.

Google ordered to remove anti-Islamic YouTube film


A US court has told Google to take down an anti-Islamic film from YouTube after finding that one actress’s performance is independently copyrightable.

CJEU tells Czech spa to pay copyright fees


The Court of Justice of the European Union has ordered a Czech spa company to pay a collecting society for playing music on its premises.

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