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Apple, Qualcomm, Sir Paul McCartney, Merck, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Star Trek, TTAB, Niro Law – the week in IP

Michael Loney


An Apple lawsuit against Qualcomm, Sir Paul McCartney’s efforts to regain ownership over Beatles songs, a $625m Merck patent settlement with Bristol-Myers Squibb, a Star Trek copyright lawsuit, the end of Niro Law, and the top 10 TTAB decisions of 2016 were in the recent intellectual property headlines

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