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Conversant v. Huawei & ZTE FRAND
This judgment represents one of the technical trials in the dispute between Conversant (Claimant) and Huawei and ZTE (together the Defendants).
UK
6 Aug 2019
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FaceApp, The Methuselahn Faced Cloud Of Privacy Concerns
In a world which is becoming increasingly concerned with the privacy and use of personal data, the rise in mobile applications ("App(s)") which utilise people's biometrics is somewhat surprising.
UK
5 Aug 2019
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VR Has A Longer History Than You Might Imagine
What do The Sword of Damocles, Morton Heilig's Sensorama, and the 18th century apparatus La Nature à Coup d'Œil all have in common?
UK
28 May 2019
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Creative Marketing Strategies And IP – Chicken, Burgers And Stranger Things
The protection and enforcement of trade marks is essential to all businesses
UK
23 Apr 2019
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Cease And Desist – By Order Of The Peaky Blinders!
The production company behind the Peaky Blinders TV show has taken issue with the existence of an unofficial Peaky Blinders themed bar in Manchester.
UK
18 Mar 2019
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Article 13: Balkanising The Internet Or A Champion For Copyright Holders?
The text for the much anticipated Article 13 of the European Copyright Directive (the "Directive") has finally been agreed upon as of 13 February.
UK
21 Feb 2019
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Claiming For Unlawful Prophets – $50 Million Satanic Netflix Suit Settled
A group called The Satanic Temple recently sued Netflix and Warner Group for $50 million on the basis that Netflix had infringed the copyright in their statue of the deity Baphomet
Worldwide
21 Feb 2019
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Bandersnatch, The Case For Trade Mark Infringement: Whose Right Was It To Let You Choose Your Own Adventure?
Chooseco LLC, creator of the well-known series of "Choose Your Own Adventure" interactive books, is suing Netflix in the US over Netflix's own interactive film ...
UK
20 Feb 2019
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Gaming Innovators Must Ensure Their Intellectual Property Is Protected
It's fair to say that Scotland's gaming industry is doing pretty well for itself.
UK
13 Feb 2019
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Opportunities In Enterprise And Educational XR
The XR Industry Survey 2018, based on a survey of 595 AR/VR professionals, reveals some interesting trends for the industry, some of them expected, others more surprising.
UK
12 Nov 2018
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From Track To Showroom, Motorsport Still A Test Bed For Mainstream Auto Industry
At face value, the gulf between the average family car, and the kind of high-octane machines we see tearing through the streets of F1 circuits in Monaco and Singapore might seem unbridgeable.
UK
3 Oct 2018
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Tories In Hot Water With Love Island Water Bottle Giveaway
The Conservative Party made national news last week when they offered people the chance to win reusable water bottles in the style of those used by contestants on the ITV2 dating reality show Love Island.
UK
17 Aug 2018
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The Battle Royale Of Gaming Disputes
PUBG Corporation, the South Korean studio behind the hit game PlayerUnknown's BattleGrounds, has recently brought a copyright infringement claim in South Korea ...
UK
11 Jun 2018
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Online Intellectual Property Should Be Child's Play
UK schoolchildren are nowadays born ‘digital natives'; they've never known a world without the internet, smart phones and tablets.
UK
23 Feb 2018
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Moz The Monster v Mr Underbed
A recent spat between former UK Children's Laureate, Chris Riddell and retail giant John Lewis raised interesting questions around the extent of copyright protection with Riddell claiming that John Lewis' highly anticipated Christmas advert bore a resemblance to his 1986 picture book, Mr Underbed.
UK
28 Dec 2017
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Chinese Domestic Patent Filings Continue To Grow, But Foreign Filings Fall Short
China appears determined to become the world leader in the various high-tech sectors through a record number of patent filing figures according to WIPO's...
China
14 Dec 2016
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Blocking Injunctions For ISPs Whose Services Are Being Used By Website Operators To Sell Infringing Goods
Even though the ISPs were neither infringing the trade marks nor engaging in a common design, they were still considered "essential actors" in the infringing activities of the website operators.
UK
25 Jul 2016
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Parallel Importation Of Pharmaceutical Products
The question of parallel importation of pharmaceutical products has recently been considered by the Chancery Division of the UK's High Court in the case of Flynn Pharma Limited v Drugsrus Limited and Others.
UK
11 Jul 2016
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Songs And Samples
Recent music cases involving both types of copyright have shown once again that where there's a right, there's a fight – especially where significant cash is at stake.
UK
22 Jun 2016
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Social Media – The Challenges Of An Effective Trade Mark Protection And Enforcement Strategy
The use of hashtag trade marks must be used consistently within the business and should go through the same clearance protocols as any other mark.
UK
16 Mar 2016
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