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The International Trade Commission has launched an investigation into Chinese machinery manufacturer Sany over claims of patent infringement.
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.
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.
IP firm D Young & Co LLP has announced the appointment of Richard Willoughby who is set to join its dispute resolution & legal group.
The General Court of the EU has refused to grant a trademark for red-tipped shoelaces in a case reminiscent of the Christian Louboutin v Yves Saint Laurent trademark dispute.
Samsung Electronics has requested a re-trial in part of a patent infringement case brought by rival Apple which saw it levied with a $1 billion fine.
The Australian office of law firm Marks & Clerk LLP has bolstered its IP team with the appointment of Virginia Beniac-Brooks as partner.
The German finance minister has criticised a UK tax break aimed at increasing patent filings, claiming it results in unfair competition for foreign investors.
Swedish authorities have taken down user-created subtitle site undertexter.se and seized the company’s computers and servers.
The World Intellectual Property Organization is planning to open five new external offices, according to an official document.
GRISCHENKO & PARTNERS IP Ukraine
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Valencia Law Office Peru
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Boehmert & Boehmert Germany
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