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ANGLE says Queen Mary University patent could pave the way for a new use for its technology

ANGLE Plc said Queen Mary University of London has been awarded a European patent over a new and potentially ground-breaking method of cancer prognosis that uses the company’s liquid biopsy.

Banksy launches homewares shop in dispute over trademark

The street artist Banksy said he had been forced into taking the unusual step of opening his own homewares store following a legal dispute with a greetings card company.

Unauthorised ‘Greta Thunberg’ and ‘Extinction Rebellion’ trademarks could pose a threat to climate change activists

Two major figures in the climate change activism movement, campaigner Greta Thunberg and protest movement Extinction Rebellion, are facing a legal battle in Germany due to unauthorised trademark applications.

Nickleback’s record label got Trump’s “Photograph” Twitter video taken down due to copyright

A video shared by the president in connection with the Ukraine impeachment inquiry against him was taken down on Thursday by Twitter, following a copyright claim by the music label of Canadian rock band Nickelback.

Jerry Seinfeld wins copyright lawsuit over Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee

US comedian Jerry Seinfeld has defeated a lawsuit which alleged he had had stolen the idea for a TV series.

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