Quiz of the week April 2 to 5
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Quiz of the week April 2 to 5

Test your knowledge of this week’s IP developments. All the answers can be found in items on managingip.com published in the past five days

1 Which US district court judge this week revealed that she wanted to become an actress before attending Harvard Law School, adding: “If you didn’t know what to do, you went to law school.”

2 Which fashion brand was awarded a record $863.9 million in damages in a trade mark case this week?

3 Who is the senior European Commission official moving from Brussels to Munich?

4 Which country has launched a consultation on the fee that ISPs can charge rights owners for processing notices of copyright infringement?

5 Microsoft is moving a distribution centre from Germany to the Netherlands due to the risk of an injunction in a patent case. Which company is suing Microsoft in Germany for infringing a video technology patent?

Answers to last week’s quiz:

1 Chairman of the Special Sessions of the TRIPs Council looking into geographical indications

2 China

3 Bernd Lange

4 Pornography, piracy and privacy

5 Bret Parker of Elizabeth Arden

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