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BlackBerry, Nokia, Apple, Andrei Iancu, Eastern District of Texas, Federal Circuit, cannabis trade marks – the week in IP

Michael Loney


Recent intellectual property news included an award to Nokia of $137 million against BlackBerry, Apple defeating an attempt to register Mi Pad as an EUTM, a Senate hearing for USPTO director nominee Andrei Iancu, an amendment to Eastern District of Texas disclosure rules, the Federal Circuit’s opportunity to weigh in on joinder, soaring Canada cannabis and marijuana related trade mark filing, and the launch of a UK inquiry into Brexit dispute resolution

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