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Hague court backs Euronext in options legal row

Netherlands16-07-2013

Financial services company NYSE Euronext has triumphed over a Dutch rival in a preliminary trademark ruling at the Hague District Court.

Trademark Clearinghouse tops 5,000 registrations

16-07-2013

More than 5,000 trademarks have been registered in the Trademark Clearinghouse since it launched in March, financial services company Deloitte revealed on Tuesday.

USPTO rejects Boston Strong trademarks

16-07-2013

The US Patent and Trademark Office has rejected four applications to register a popular phrase coined in the wake of the Boston marathon bombings as a trademark.

Advertising networks seek to cut off revenue for piracy sites

16-07-2013

US companies which connect advertisers with websites have agreed to new measures which could lead to sites that infringe on intellectual property rights having advertising blocked.

Donuts thwarts Express in gTLD legal battle

15-07-2013

US fashion retailer Express has failed in its bid to stop Donuts, the leading applicant for new generic top-level domains, from competing for the .express domain.

ICANN approves first gTLD registries

Bulgaria, China, United Arab Emirates15-07-2013

The first applicants for new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) have signed registry agreements with ICANN.

Samoa accedes to the Paris Convention

Samoa15-07-2013

The Independent State of Samoa has deposited its instrument of accession to the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property, the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) announced.

ITC to investigate Chinese crane manufacturer over patent infringement

China15-07-2013

The International Trade Commission has launched an investigation into Chinese machinery manufacturer Sany over claims of patent infringement.

IPAB rejects Monsanto plant patent

India15-07-2013

India’s Intellectual Property Appellate Board has affirmed that US agricultural company Monsanto cannot obtain a patent covering transgenic plants, two years after it was first rejected.

Japan considers copyright law extension

Japan12-07-2013

The Japanese government is considering making changes to its copyright law which could see authors of protected works retain rights for an extra 20 years.

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