Legal Updates

High Court allows Getty Images’ IP dispute with Stability AI to go to trial

Judge refuses to dismiss photo agency’s claims AI start-up used its stock to unlawfully train image generator

High Court finds for telecoms companies in Phones4U litigation

Hogan Lovells, Covington, Clifford Chance, Mishcon and Linklaters secure wins in blockbuster competition case

Crafting protection: India’s artisanal heritage and intellectual property

Simplifying IP processes and providing legal support are the pathways to ensuring India’s artisanal treasures thrive, write Remfry & Sagar lawyers Bisman Kaur and Radha Khera

Apple Watch faces import ban into US

Tech titan accused of infringing medtech patents, but the Biden administration could veto the decision

‘We have to be as creative as counterfeiters’ – seven takeaways from the Anti-Counterfeiting World Law Summit

Delegates heard lively debate on how to tackle counterfeiters who are creative, resilient and constantly evolving

‘A big moment’ – car shipping cartel claim delivers first opt-out class action settlement

All eyes on Competition Appeals Tribunal as it prepares to consider £1.5m deal with one of five shipping line defendants

The Global Legal Post launches online international Commercial Litigation and Cross-border Enforcement guide

Law Over Borders guide helps users navigate commercial disputes in array of key jurisdictions

Google escapes $15.1m jury verdict in dispute over audio patents

Judge throws out jury verdict ruling that the plaintiff didn’t provide enough evidence to support claim

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Twitter’s rebrand to X – an IP minefield or much ado about nothing?

Elon Musk’s decision to rebrand Twitter to ‘X’ could create a number of IP issues, writes Marks & Clerk associate Erik Rõuk

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