Carpmaels supports City Harvest London & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…

‘Biggest act of copyright theft in history’: thousands of Australian books allegedly used to train AI model

Booker prize winner Richard Flanagan among authors whose work has potentially been pirated by US-based Books3 dataset to train generative AI

Archaeologist Accuses Manhattan DA’s Office Of Abusing Intellectual Property

The Manhattan District Attorney‘s office has gained an international reputation for its efforts to repatriate looted artifacts through its antiquities trafficking unit (ATU). But one archaeologist has now cast doubt on whether the DA’s office has properly credited many of its collaborators.

Carpmaels supports City Harvest London

Carpmaels & Ransford is proud to be supporting City Harvest London for the firm’s charity of the year.

EU Intellectual Property Legislation for Industrial Designs to be Modernised

Secerna LLP is pleased to provide insights into the recent developments in European intellectual property legislation related to the protection of industrial designs.

UPC delivers a landmark preliminary injunction in the life sciences sector

In a landmark ruling the local division of the Unified Patent Court (UPC) in Munich issued a preliminary injunction against NanoString Technologies based on European Patent 4 108 782 B1, successfully asserted by 10x Genomics and President and Fellows of Harvard College (licensee and patentee).

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