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The week in IP – Andrei Iancu, trade marks, Kung Fu Panda, UPC, Octane Fitness, CRISPR, SEPs

Michael Loney

Recent intellectual property news includes the USPTO director being sworn in, a study on trade marks running out, the end of a Kung Fu Panda dispute in China, the Law Society urging UK UPC ratification, four years of Octane Fitness, the DOJ AAG again urging SEPs balance, and a $6.7m award in a graffiti artist copyright case

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