Week’s news headlines – October 20th, 2017

Copyrights AIPPI 2017: Warner Bros exec talks safe harbours and infringers When illegal downloaders first appeared, the music industry’s initial response of suing infringers was unsuccessful, according to a Warner Bros executive https://www.worldipreview.com/news/aippi-2017-warner-bros-exec-talks-safe-harbours-and-infringers-14764 EFF wants ‘illegal’ EU copyright reform deleted The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and 56 other civil society groups have demanded the deletion […]

Week’s news headlines – September 29th, 2017

Trademarks Marques 2017: GSK counsel speaks about changing in-house role The assistant general counsel at GSK has said that the role of an in-house counsel has taken on a new meaning across all industries http://worldipreview.us5.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=5147cd2e00ef8a542c19706b5&id=62d8f01585&e=3ec0545e64  Marques 2017: UK and US lawyers discuss comparative advertising There are various routes and opportunities for comparative advertising in the […]

Week’s news headlines – September 29th, 2017

Trademarks Marques 2017: GSK counsel speaks about changing in-house role The assistant general counsel at GSK has said that the role of an in-house counsel has taken on a new meaning across all industries http://worldipreview.us5.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=5147cd2e00ef8a542c19706b5&id=62d8f01585&e=3ec0545e64  Marques 2017: UK and US lawyers discuss comparative advertising There are various routes and opportunities for comparative advertising in the […]

Week’s news headlines – September 22nd, 2017

Patents The man who brought patent monetisation to BlackBerry becomes latest big name corporate IP departure Mark Kokes has left BlackBerry and is no longer its senior vice president of intellectual property, licensing & standards, IAM has learned http://www.iam-media.com/blog/Detail.aspx?g=e68dec5d-cdd5-4d43-a458-063132484337 Raid on Gibraltar: How the U.S. Patent System was Rigged Against Independent Inventors For decades, individual […]

Week’s news headlines – September 15th, 2017

Counterfeiting UKIPO outlines approaches to combat fakes online The availability of counterfeits has continued to increase with the expansion of e-commerce platforms, but this threat is being met head on with an innovative range of approaches http://www.worldipreview.com/news/ukipo-outlines-approaches-to-combat-fakes-online-14578 US sports associations unite to tackle counterfeiters In a claim filed at the US District Court for the […]

Week’s news headlines – September 8th, 2017

Direito de Imagem Brian Duffy’s estate sues Hard Rock Cafe over David Bowie image The case (pdf) is being filed at the US District Court for the Southern District of New York. The photograph is registered under registration number VA 1-428-937 http://www.worldipreview.com/news/brian-duffy-s-estate-sues-hard-rock-cafe-over-david-bowie-image-14536   Trademarks Hasbro sues Warner Bros over ‘Transformers’ character Toy and game manufacturer […]

Week’s news headlines – September 1st, 2017

Copyrights Showtime files copyright suit against Mayweather-McGregor livestreaming sites A great deal of hype and publicity has been building in the days leading up to the boxing match taking place on Saturday, August 26th between professional boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. and UFC champion Conor McGregor http://www.ipwatchdog.com/2017/08/25/showtime-files-copyright-suit-mayweather-mcgregor-livestreaming-sites/id=87337/ Bill Nye files suit against Disney, Buena Vista for […]

Week’s news headlines – August 25th, 2017

Patents Building a Portfolio in a Depressed Patent Market In a recent article that was first published in The Hill, I stated that American innovators have paid a heavy price for shortsighted sweeping changes made to address abusive patent litigation http://www.ipwatchdog.com/2017/08/20/building-portfolio-depressed-patent-market/id=86918/ Crocs loses inter partes reexam, will appeal rejection of design patent for ornamental footwear […]

Week’s news headlines – July 07, 2017

Patents Another swing of the pendulum in India appears to lower the patentability bar to computer-related inventions For all the talk of the US ‘pendulum’ moving away from and then slightly back toward software patents, India has seen its share of swings as well http://www.iam-media.com/blog/Detail.aspx?g=b51b6d5f-af53-4c56-bc13-75341f710795 IP counsels on the fence over unitary patent: RWS inovia […]

[News] Current Challenges for Fashion Companies

Marcasur magazine published an article on the Fashion Law event in Latin America, held in March this year at the Cardozo Law School in New York. The partner Paulo Parente Marques Mendes was one of the speakers, talking about the responsibility of the landlord for the sale of counterfeit products in Brazil – a study […]