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Prenda Law, Perfect 10, USPTO, Niro, Forever 21, Adidas – the week in IP

Michael Loney

An attorney involved in Prenda Law’s $6m copyright trolling scheme pleading guilty, Perfect 10’s assets being put into receivership, the USPTO making payments to the Department of Commerce under the shared services initiative, the USPTO suspending an ex-Niro lawyer, and Forever 21 labelling Adidas a trade mark “bully” were in the recent intellectual property news

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

Ropes & Gray to spin off patent prosecution business in new firm

Genentech’s biosimilar complaint against Amgen dismissed

Highlights from the March 2017 issue

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