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The Supreme Court settled a long-standing circuit split regarding the impact of bankruptcy filings on trademark licences.
Poland has submitted a complaint to the European Union’s top court against copyright rules adopted by the bloc in April to protect Europe’s creative industries, which Warsaw says may result in preventative censorship.
Amazon has filed a patent application with the US Patent and Trademark Office describing a technology that would allow the Echo and other Alexa-enabled devices to capture what you say before a wake word is uttered.
Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones have ended one of the most acrimonious copyright disputes in British pop history, by granting Richard Ashcroft all future royalties from his 1997 song Bitter Sweet Symphony, performed by the Verve.
TMZ reported today that Kim Kardashian filed for trademark protections under her company name for the name of her newborn son, Psalm West. Yes, really.