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Ocado faces fresh patent infringement lawsuit in UK

AutoStore Technology AS filed another lawsuit against Ocado Group Plc, arguing that it is the inventor and rightful owner of some of the UK online delivery company’s patents.

Top legal industry analysts recognise Appleyard Lees as a leading intellectual property firm

Appleyard Lees IP LLP has recently announced it has been recognised by three top legal industry analysts in the past month.

Twitch apologises to streamers for its mishandling of music copyright

Twitch published a blog post that explained why streamers received an email notifying them that Twitch had deleted some of their clips and VODs.

Katie v Katy: Katy Perry’s merchandise in spotlight in trademark fight

Australian fashion designer Katie Perry sues American singer Katy Perry for alleged trademark infringement for selling clothing in Australia bearing her stage name, including pyjamas and faux kitten ears.

PTO sees spike in patent applications reciting AI

The US Patent and Trademark Office said patent applications that recite artificial intelligence algorithms more than doubled between 2002 and 2018, starting from a baseline of 30,000 to more than 60,000 in the out year.

Netflix files copyright claims against tweets criticising move, trailer

Netflix is apparently fighting controversy about a film on its platform by issuing copyright takedown requests against tweets that include negative commentary about the movie, according to a new report.

Inside ‘Single Ladies’ choreographer JaQuel Knight’s quest to copyright his dances

He’s crafted iconic moves for stars like Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion. Now he wants to own his work – and sow his colleagues they can do the same.

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