Tarantino, Miramax settle copyright suit over ‘Pulp Fiction’ NFTs & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…

Intellectual Property Software Market is Expected to Reach US$ 14.9 Bn by 2032

According to a recent FMI report, the intellectual property software market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.7% during the forecast period, reaching US$ 14.9 billion by 2032. In 2022, the intellectual property software market is expected to be worth $4.5 billion.

Iceland supermarket locked in legal battle with the Nordic country over its name trademark

Both Iceland supermarket and the country of the same name have been locked in a dispute over a trademark for two decades. The country argues that the retailer should never have had the trademark approved in 2016.

Tarantino, Miramax settle copyright suit over ‘Pulp Fiction’ NFTs

Quentin Tarantino and Miramax LLC have settled a copyright suit over the director’s “Pulp Fiction” non-fungible tokens, court records show.

Intellectual property protection helps promote farm produce

Various measures have been rolled out to boost Vietnam’s agricultural sector’s growth towards higher productivity, better quality, stronger competitiveness and sustainability.

Arm-Qualcomm suit threatens Windows-on-Arm’s future

Qualcomm obviously doesn’t, given that Arm’s suit last week asks for damages as well as the company to throw out the work that Nuvia, once the saving grace of Arm’s desktop processor ambitions, has put into place.

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