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WIPO copyright treaty to aid millions of blind people


Member states of the World Intellectual Property Organization have reached a deal to provide millions of blind and visually-impaired people with greater access to copyrighted books.

Gucci and StubHub recover hundreds of cybersquatted sites


Fashion designer Gucci and online ticket website StubHub have recovered hundreds of domain names from cybersquatters attempting to drive traffic to their sites.

Premier League eyes football streaming site block


The Premier League will request a court order demanding that Internet Service Providers block a football website which allows users to view subscription-based matches for free.

US lays out IP strategy goals


A report from the US Government on IP enforcement has suggested implementing voluntary initiatives to reduce online infringement.

Stevie Wonder urges WIPO to sign copyright treaty


Blind musician Stevie Wonder has pleaded for the World Intellectual Property Organization to sign a treaty to improve access to books for millions of blind, visually-impaired and print-disabled people.

Generics swoop as Viagra patent expires


Global drug companies Actavis and Teva both launched generic versions of Viagra immediately after its patent expired in several European countries last week.

ECTA 2013: lawyers divided over ONEL decision


Attorneys at the ECTA conference in Bucharest gave contrasting opinions on the impact of last year's long-awaited ONEL decision from the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Federal Circuit holds Novo Nordisk patent invalid


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit concluded on June 18 that Novo Nordisk’s patent covering diabetes treatment repaglinide is invalid.

ECTA 2013: WIPO hails negotiation over costly litigation

EU, Romania20-06-2013

Ignacio de Castro of the World Intellectual Property Organization urged trademark owners to consider using mediation and arbitration before facing costly litigation at the ECTA 2013 conference in Bucharest.

Buzz off: ITC victory for Canadian vibrator maker


A panel at the US ITC has found that 22 vibrator makers, including Lelo Inc, infringed Canadian company Standard Innovation Corporation’s patent related to a two-armed vibrator.

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