This week’s IP quiz: March 5 to March 9
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This week’s IP quiz: March 5 to March 9

Each Friday, Managing IP tests your knowledge of the week’s IP news with five questions on the week’s news. How many can you answer?

1. Which country, well known for its drinks industry, filed an amicus brief before the US Supreme Court in the Havana Club trade mark dispute?

2. Which bestselling crime author revealed this week that a copyright pirate sells a package of 19 of her scanned books for £4.99 on eBay, saying: “Nobody takes seriously that this man is selling my work and I get nothing from that”?

3. The licensing director of which toy company said the following this week? “We have an approval team of eight people. They check each page of each book; they check T-shirt designs through an online tool; and they check samples that are provided, both pre-production and post-production, before release.”

4. In its opinion in MySpace v GraphOn, The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit cited and discussed an article published in Managing IP last year. Who wrote the article?

5. What percentage of UDRP decisions at WIPO favoured the complainant in 2011, according to WIPO statistics?

Last week’s answers:

1. Hermès

2. 1,020

3. David Martin MEP

4. Accor (Novotel and Sofitel brands) and SBE Hotel Licensing (SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills)

5. Benedict Bird, formerly a partner of Linklaters

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