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Mathys & Squire adds to IP team

06-12-2013Movers & Shakers

UK IP firm Mathys & Squire LLP has promoted two of its long-standing associates to partner.

Innovation Act eases through the House

06-12-2013

US patent reform is a step closer after the House of Representatives passed the Innovation Act, a bill seeking to reduce abusive patent litigation, on Thursday.

Italian organisation pulls pig stunt in counterfeit battle

Italy06-12-2013

A group of pigs has been paraded outside the Italian Parliament in protest at the growing number of products entering the country with bogus indications of origin.

Nestlé defeated in South African trademark row

05-12-2013

A South African court has ruled that the shape of a four and two "fingered" chocolate bar was not too similar to three-dimensional trademarks owned by Nestlé.

INTA testifies on Canadian anti-counterfeiting bill

Canada05-12-2013

The International Trademark Association has urged Canadian lawmakers to beef up draft anti-counterfeiting legislation passing its way through parliament.

AOP looks to Indiegogo for patent troll solution

05-12-2013

Patent research company Article One Partners is to seek investment on crowdsourcing site Indiegogo to launch an anti patent troll initiative, WIPR can reveal.

US Postal Services sued over “Liberty” stamp

04-12-2013

An artist is suing the US Postal Services for copyright infringement, claiming a stamp depicting his model of the Statue of Liberty was distributed billions of times without his permission.

ASSIA claims High Court victory in broadband battle

04-12-2013

US broadband systems supplier Adaptive Spectrum and Signal Alignment has secured a High Court victory in its patent infringement case against UK broadband provider BT.

Tucker Ellis adds IP trio

04-12-2013Movers & Shakers

Two IP partners and a counsel have joined Tucker Ellis LLP in the US city of Cleveland.

UK man jailed for copyright offences

04-12-2013

A man has been jailed for 18 months for masterminding a copyright infringement operation, described as one of the largest "domestic factories" uncovered in the UK.

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