Kazakhstan-based firm explores blockchain for IP protection & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest IP news round-up…

Meta must face search-engine patent case, US appeals court says

Meta Platforms must face a Dutch software company’s lawsuit claiming it infringed patents related to a system for auto-completing search prompts, a U.S. appeals court said on Thursday.


Saudi Public Prosecution approves establishment of intellectual property body

Saudi Arabia’s Public Prosecution has approved the establishment of the Intellectual Property Prosecution, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Wednesday.


Kazakhstan-based firm explores blockchain for IP protection

Amid a rising government crackdown on digital currencies and block reward mining, one Kazakhstan-based firm has turned to blockchain technology for copyright and intellectual property (IP) protection.


WTR 1000 recommends five Carpmaels practitioners

In this year’s WTR 1000 rankings by World Trademark Review, Carpmaels & Ransford has been awarded a silver ranking for enforcement & litigation and prosecution & strategy. The firm has also been recommended for transactions.


Reddie & Grose Announces Partner Retirements

Patrick Lloyd and Simon Goodman, who first joined the firm as trainees in 1987 and 1988 respectively, will retire on 31 March 2024, after over 30 years of exemplary leadership and dedication.

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