Litigation/Dispute Resolution and Copyrighthttp://www.managingip.com/RSS.aspx?FeedID=2918©2018 Managing Intellectual Property60Litigation/Dispute Resolution and CopyrightEnglish Premier League scores copyright hat trick against ISPsThe English High Court has extended a live blocking injunction for the Football Association Premier League, showing that such injunctions are here to stay but adds nothing about who should pay for themhttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3822293/English-Premier-League-scores-copyright-hat-trick-against-ISPs.htmlFri, 20 Jul 2018 19:30:00 GMTThe copyright considerations of artificial intelligenceAI intersects with copyright in two ways: protecting AI software by registering the source code as a copyright and determining liability and ownership of AI-generated creative workshttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3821468/The-copyright-considerations-of-artificial-intelligence.htmlWed, 18 Jul 2018 03:00:00 GMTUK copyright infringement falls among young consumersNew research suggests young people are infringing less and indicates that more people are paying for contenthttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3820100/UK-copyright-infringement-falls-among-young-consumers.htmlWed, 11 Jul 2018 15:45:00 GMTEU Parliament to revisit copyright rules in September, after directive rejectedMEPs rejected a controversial committee proposal to begin negotiations to update copyright laws for the digital agehttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3819513/EU-Parliament-to-revisit-copyright-rules-in-September-after-directive-rejected.htmlMon, 09 Jul 2018 21:30:00 GMTHow the US Supreme Court is likely to rule in copyright registration caseSupreme Court in Fourth Estate v Wall-Street.com will consider whether parties can sue for copyright infringement when they have filed a registration application, or whether they must wait until their application has been evaluated and approvedhttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3817774/How-the-US-Supreme-Court-is-likely-to-rule-in-copyright-registration-case.htmlMon, 02 Jul 2018 17:00:00 GMTEU legal affairs committee adopts controversial copyright directiveThe draft includes controversial provisions set out in in articles 11 and 13 – also known as the press publishers right and value gap proposal – which were approved by small majoritieshttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3814908/EU-legal-affairs-committee-adopts-controversial-copyright-directive.htmlWed, 20 Jun 2018 13:30:00 GMTEU digital copyright rule changes receive mixed receptionThe draft Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market was not supported by some countries and also provoked mixed reactions from the IP industry – particularly around Article 13, known as the value gap proposalhttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3813444/EU-digital-copyright-rule-changes-receive-mixed-reception.htmlTue, 12 Jun 2018 17:15:00 GMTWhat the German YouTube case could mean for copyrightDoes YouTube or the uploader make the act of public communication? The German Federal Court of Justice will decidehttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3807438/What-the-German-YouTube-case-could-mean-for-copyright.htmlWed, 16 May 2018 18:30:00 GMTCopyright changes in the UK after BrexitPatrick Wingrove asks UK practitioners how copyright will change after Brexit, and analyses the EU Commission's recent report on the subjecthttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3805548/Copyright-changes-in-the-UK-after-Brexit.htmlTue, 08 May 2018 15:30:00 GMTThe Top 250 Women in IP (2018)Managing IP presents this year’s leading female intellectual property practitioners, according to IP STARS researchhttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3802643/The-Top-250-Women-in-IP-2018.htmlThu, 26 Apr 2018 08:00:00 GMTNinth Circuit appeals court denies monkey’s copyright claimsBarring an en banc review or Supreme Court intervention, the three-year monkey selfie saga has come to a close, with the animal’s copyright claims deniedhttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3802893/Ninth-Circuit-appeals-court-denies-monkeys-copyright-claims.htmlThu, 26 Apr 2018 07:00:00 GMTGerman Supreme Court rules ad-blocking not unfair competitionThe German Federal Supreme Court has ruled that popular ad-blocking software AdBlock Plus does not break the country’s unfair competition ruleshttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3802876/German-Supreme-Court-rules-ad-blocking-not-unfair-competition.htmlWed, 25 Apr 2018 23:30:00 GMTThe argument for Canada’s controversial website-blocking proposalA coalition of Canadian companies has proposed a regime to block egregious copyright infringing websites. McCarthy Tétrault’s Barry Sookman voiced support for the proposal at the Fordham IP Conference while pointing to the recent experience in the UK and elsewherehttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3799851/The-argument-for-Canadas-controversial-website-blocking-proposal.htmlTue, 10 Apr 2018 00:15:00 GMTFederal Circuit revives Oracle v GoogleThe Federal Circuit has overturned the jury verdict of fair use in Oracle v Google and remanded the case to a federal judge in the Ninth Circuit for a third trial to determine damageshttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3797538/Federal-Circuit-revives-Oracle-v-Google.htmlThu, 29 Mar 2018 04:45:00 GMTThe week in IP – Marrakesh Treaty, STRONGER Patents Act, Blurred Lines, Mexico IP amendments, Fujifilm, PTABPatrick Wingrove rounds up recent intellectual property news, including the introduction of the Marrakesh Treaty and STRONGER Patents Act in US Congress, the Blurred Lines copyright appeal, amendments to Mexico’s IP law, Fujifilm winning at the ITC, and morehttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3795652/The-week-in-IPMarrakesh-Treaty-STRONGER-Patents-Act-Blurred-Lines-Mexico-IP-amendments-Fujifilm-PTAB.htmlThu, 22 Mar 2018 05:45:00 GMTMake your nominations for the Global Anti-Counterfeiting Awards 2018Managing IP and the Global Anti-Counterfeiting Group (GACG) are inviting nominations for the Global Anti-Counterfeiting Awards (2018)http://www.managingip.com/Article/3795354/Make-your-nominations-for-the-Global-Anti-Counterfeiting-Awards-2018.htmlMon, 19 Mar 2018 10:00:00 GMTHow blockchain will change intellectual property – copyrightManaging IP is publishing a series of articles that looks at how blockchain technology is changing the landscape of IP. In this article, Ellie Mertens analyses its implications for copyrighthttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3790576/How-blockchain-will-change-intellectual-propertycopyright.htmlTue, 13 Mar 2018 04:45:00 GMTTell us how IP law firm issues are changing – take our survey!CPA Global is teaming up with Managing IP and B2B International to explore the issues faced by intellectual property law firms around the world as they tackle the legal challenges of a fast-paced and ever-evolving IP-led economy. A synopsis of the findings will be shared with survey participantshttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3792426/Tell-us-how-IP-law-firm-issues-are-changingtake-our-survey.htmlWed, 07 Mar 2018 16:15:00 GMTNike successfully plays defence in Jumpman copyright appealThe Ninth Circuit has found that a photo taken by a Nike photographer used to create the iconic “Jumpman” image is not substantially similar to a photo of Michael Jordan taken in 1984 because they only share similarities in general ideas or conceptshttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3791111/Nike-successfully-plays-defence-in-Jumpman-copyright-appeal.htmlThu, 01 Mar 2018 21:30:00 GMTDoes embedding copyrighted content constitute infringement? NY judge says yesA ruling that embedding a tweet containing a copyrighted image on a website amounts to direct infringement changes the well-established regime of the server test. Ellie Mertens asks copyright lawyers how big a deal this ishttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3789917/Does-embedding-copyrighted-content-constitute-infringement-NY-judge-says-yes.htmlMon, 26 Feb 2018 05:00:00 GMTAll of our 2018 Awards shortlists are now out!Managing IP is holding three awards dinners in March, recognising the best intellectual property law firms and individuals around the world. The shortlists for our EMEA, Americas and Asia Awards have now all been publishedhttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3786956/All-of-our-2018-Awards-shortlists-are-now-out.htmlMon, 12 Feb 2018 07:00:00 GMTHighlights from our International Women’s Leadership ForumLucy Songi reports from our latest Women in IP event, held at the Waldorf Hilton in London, where topics including Brexit, brand management, the digital single market and career development were discussedhttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3786821/Highlights-from-our-International-Womens-Leadership-Forum.htmlFri, 09 Feb 2018 04:15:00 GMTManaging IP Americas Awards 2018 shortlists announcedThe Managing IP Americas Awards ceremony and dinner will be held on March 15 at Essex House in New York, recognising the firms and individuals of the yearhttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3785644/Managing-IP-Americas-Awards-2018-shortlists-announced.htmlMon, 05 Feb 2018 18:00:00 GMTManaging IP EMEA Awards 2018 shortlists announcedManaging IP’s EMEA Awards dinner will be held on March 8 at The Savoy in London. Trophies will be presented to the firms of the year, with winners chosen from these shortlistshttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3785639/Managing-IP-EMEA-Awards-2018-shortlists-announced.htmlMon, 05 Feb 2018 17:30:00 GMTManaging IP Asia-Pacific Awards 2018 shortlists announcedManaging IP’s inaugural Asia-Pacific Awards dinner will be held on March 21 at the JW Marriott in Hong Kong. The winners will be chosen from these shortlistshttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3785033/Managing-IP-Asia-Pacific-Awards-2018-shortlists-announced.htmlThu, 01 Feb 2018 22:00:00 GMTUK Supreme Court hears arguments on costs of ISP blocking ordersWho should pay for the costs of implementing orders to block websites that sell counterfeit goods? That was the question considered by the UK Supreme Court in the Cartier International v British Telecommunications case on January 30http://www.managingip.com/Article/3784421/UK-Supreme-Court-hears-arguments-on-costs-of-ISP-blocking-orders.htmlWed, 31 Jan 2018 02:30:00 GMTInterview: Copyright litigator Richard Busch discusses new Spotify lawsuitRichard Busch, the King & Ballow attorney behind three lawsuits against Spotify last year, shares his outlook on Wixen Music Publishing’s recent $1.6bn suit against the streaming servicehttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3782606/Interview-Copyright-litigator-Richard-Busch-discusses-new-Spotify-lawsuit.htmlWed, 24 Jan 2018 14:30:00 GMTCases and trends to watch in Canada in 2018Among potential Canada trials and trends anticipated in 2018 are the Supreme Court’s clarification on several copyright issues, and continued amendments to IP law in compliance with several international treaties’ requirementshttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3780547/Cases-and-trends-to-watch-in-Canada-in-2018.htmlMon, 15 Jan 2018 04:30:00 GMTCJEU rules TV programme copies in cloud must be authorised by copyright holderIn its VCAST v RTI judgement, the CJEU has ruled that copies of television programmes made available by being saved in the cloud must be authorised by the holder of the copyright or related rights because the service constitutes a retransmissionhttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3771220/CJEU-rules-TV-programme-copies-in-cloud-must-be-authorised-by-copyright-holder.htmlThu, 30 Nov 2017 13:45:00 GMTHow “strikingly similar” works can Lose Yourself a copyright case in New ZealandA recent copyright win in New Zealand for rapper Eminem highlights the risks involved in creating a work with another work in mind, and may be influential in other Commonwealth jurisdictions like Australia and the United Kingdomhttp://www.managingip.com/Article/3765578/How-strikingly-similar-works-can-Lose-Yourself-a-copyright-case-in-New-Zealand.htmlThu, 09 Nov 2017 12:45:00 GMT