Murgitroyd targets growth with fourth acquisition in two years & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…

Groups on Both Sides Slam USTR Support for Delaying IP Waiver Extension Pending ITC Investigation

The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) announced support for delaying the deadline to decide whether to extend a waiver of intellectual property rights under the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) to diagnostics and therapeutics.

TikTok Urges Global TV Community to Use Platform as ‘Discovery Engine’ to Build Awareness Around IP

At Singapore’s Asia TV Forum, TikTok’s global head of sports and gaming Harish Sarma tried to connect the dots between the platform’s audience and how producers and distributors might go about reaching them, emphasizing engagement over strict monetization.

Bird & Bird appoints IP litigation specialist Michael Finn as latest Irish partner

International law firm Bird & Bird has appointed IP litigation specialist Michael Finn as a partner in the firm’s intellectual property practice in Ireland.

Motif Foodworks’ IP Battle Intensifies as Europe Revokes Impossible Foods Patent

Food tech startup Motif Foodworks announces it has filed four new challenges to US patents held by Impossible Foods. The company’s legal move comes a week after The European Patent Office (EPO) announced it had revoked an EU patent held by Impossible Foods.

Murgitroyd targets growth with fourth acquisition in two years

A SCOTS trademark and intellectual property company has made its fourth acquisition in two years as it further strengthens its position as a leading player in the European IP protection sector.

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