Managing IP is part of the Delinian Group, Delinian Limited, 8 Bouverie Street, London, EC4Y 8AX, Registered in England & Wales, Company number 00954730
Copyright © Delinian Limited and its affiliated companies 2023

Accessibility | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Modern Slavery Statement

Google, digital archery, WIBL Awards, Anshika Jha and Java: Quiz of the week May 21-25

The answers to all this week’s questions can be found in articles published on in the past week

1 Which company was revealed as the biggest user of Google’s copyright takedown procedure?

2 The so-called digital archery process will be used to batch new gTLD applications. How big will each batch be?

3 Who won the Managing IP in-house award at last week’s Americas Women In Business Law Awards in New York?

4 Anshika Jha has been appointed to which new position?

5 Which high-profile litigator is representing Oracle in its patent/copyright dispute with Google over Java?

Check back next week for the answers and links. Answers to last week’s quiz:

1 Randall Rader is addressed as “Chief” – see the interview with his clerk Ellen Lin

2 University Paris Ouest, Nanterre La Défense – read the article on Alain Pellet

3 The Philippines has had a crackdown on counterfeits – interview with Ricardo Blancaflor of IPOPHL

4 The AIA business methods programme prompted the remark – read the report of the debate in Congress

5 The total is 599 marks have been registered as well known – read the article and follow the links to find out more about well-known marks in China

more from across site and ros bottom lb

More from across our site

Counsel are eying domestic industry, concurrent PTAB proceedings and heightened scrutiny of cases before institution
Jack Daniel’s has a good chance of winning its dispute over dog toys, but SCOTUS will still want to protect free speech, predict sources
AI users and lawyers discuss why the rulebook for registering AI-generated content may create problems and needs further work
We provide a rundown of Managing IP’s news and analysis coverage from the week, and review what’s been happening elsewhere in IP
A technical effect must still be evident in the original patent filing, the EBoA said in its G2/21 decision today, March 23
Brands should not be deterred from pursuing lookalike producers, and an unfair advantage claim could be the key, say Emma Teichmann and Geoff Steward at Stobbs
Justice Mellor’s highly anticipated ruling surprised SEP owners and reassured implementers that the UK may not be so hostile after all
The England and Wales High Court's judgment comes ahead of a separate hearing concerning one of the patents-in-suit at the EPO
While the rules allow foreign firms to open local offices and offer IP services, a ban on litigation and practising Indian law could mean little will change
A New York federal court heard oral arguments this week in a copyright case pitting publishing giants against a digital library