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Reed Smith hires ex-deputy AG into IP group

US28-03-2019Movers & Shakers

Reed Smith has hired a former deputy attorney general and a BakerHostetler attorney into its IP, tech and data practice group in Washington DC.

US Copyright Office makes acting director permanent

US28-03-2019Movers & Shakers

The Library of Congress has named Karyn Temple as register of copyrights and director of the US Copyright Office, two and a half years after she became the acting register.

Gang arrested in Spain after Premier League piracy sting

EU, Spain27-03-2019

Spanish police have arrested five individuals after an investigation into pirate broadcasts of Premier League matches on a global streaming service.

Sony battles DC Comics over ‘Zero Hour’ TM


Sony has filed a petition to cancel DC Comics’ trademark for its 1994 comic book series "Zero Hour".

TQ Delta wins English High Court injunction in SEP case


The English High Court has issued a judgment immediately enjoining Taiwanese company ZyXEL from infringing one of TQ Delta’s patents.

Google to ‘work with’ rights owners after Copyright Directive approval


The EU Copyright Directive is set to have a major impact on Europe’s copyright landscape, but the immediate implications are uncertain, according to lawyers.

CJEU clears up colour TM questions for Finnish court


The Court of Justice of the European Union has today, March 27, answered a Finnish court’s questions on colour trademarks.

EU passes Copyright Directive by 348 votes to 274


The EU Parliament has approved the Copyright Directive amid widespread controversy over its impact on rights holders and internet users.

EU fines Nike $14m; SCOTUS rejects ‘Jumpman’ case

EU, US26-03-2019

The European Commission has fined Nike €12.5 million after an antitrust investigation found that it banned traders from selling licensed merchandise to countries within the European Economic Area.

USITC sides with Sony against Fujifilm in patent dispute


The US International Trade Commission has issued an order preventing Fujifilm from importing certain magnetic tape cartridges following a section 337 patent infringement complaint brought by Sony.

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