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The week in IP – Louboutin, autonomous cars, trade secrets, Taylor Swift, DOJ, CLASSICS Act, Cloudflare, Blackbird, USPTO

Michael Loney


Recent IP news included Louboutin’s red-sole trade mark case at the CJEU, a trade secret suit involving autonomous cars, the end of a Taylor Swift copyright dispute, a letter praising the DOJ’s shift in IP enforcement, the introduction of the CLASSICS Act, a Cloudflare patent case win, and the USPTO’s Valentine’s Day song

We’ve posted the following stories in the past week:

Unitary Patent and UPC Update: UK ratification nears, while German organisations weigh in

China companies dominate global blockchain patent rankings

US falls to 12th in US Chamber patent ranking

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