Judge allows amended claim after stating ‘fair use’ defence is ‘ premature’
The US Supreme Court is set to hear the American Broadcasting Companies et al v Aereo copyright battle today (Tuesday 22 April) but the streaming site’s CEO has been venting his fury ahead of the trial.
Certification mark welcomed; but geographical indication status not possible
Russia's takeover of Crimea created huge uncertainty, not least for the country's economy. Anton Polikarpov from Kiev considers the practical implications for Crimean business owners.
A Welsh publican has been left facing damages that may stretch into six figures after he unsuccessfully fought a copyright infringement suit filed by the FAPL. Shoosmiths’ Jo Joyce examines
Companies tread a fine line between challenging online infringers and being labelled a ‘trademark bully’. Haseltine Lake’s Michael Conway explains how to manage the Twitterati.
Regulation, cliffs, pay-for-delay… patent laws have dramatically shaped the pharma industry. Hiroshi Sheraton looks at what lessons the wider IP community can learn from the maelstrom of the drugs companies.
Data is now at the core of many businesses but is often its most vulnerable part – action to cope with misappropriation of digital assets needs to be swift and decisive, say Jeremy Harris and Emily Nuttall.
In the second in a series of articles, Kenneth R Adamo, David W Higer and Eugene Goryunov reviews cases where a stay was granted pending resolution of an inter partes review.
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