IPO launches new IP and Business Growth survey & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…
Mariah Carey sued for copyright infringement over All I Want for Christmas Is You
Carey faces second lawsuit from songwriter Andy Stone over huge holiday hit, after he filed to dismiss his own 2022 claim
Government urged to address AI ‘risks’ to avoid ‘spooking’ public
Ministers also urged the Government to ‘move with greater urgency’ when it comes to addressing potential risks associated with the technology.
Intellectual Property Rights Improve Funding and Exit Performance of European Start-ups
A new joint study by the European Patent Office (EPO) and European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) shows that start-ups which file applications for registered Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) – including patents, trademarks, and designs – demonstrate a higher likelihood of securing funding from Venture Capital firms (VCs) and achieving favourable exit outcomes for their investors.
IPO launches new IP and Business Growth survey
The Intellectual Property Office wants to hear from businesses by 2 February 2024 about intellectual property’s role in helping them scale and grow.
IP specialist law firm FRKelly consolidates presence in Cork
The appointment of David Keane as partner in the Cork office highlights FRKelly’s enduring investment in the region. He brings a wealth of IP experience from roles in both in-house and law firm roles.