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Herzog Heirs Win Again in Appeals Court on Jurisdiction Over Hungarian Museums

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A federal appeals court has upheld the growing consensus that the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA) confers jurisdiction over foreign state actors in possession of art allegedly looted by and/or overseen by the Nazis....more

Pissarro from Cornelius Gurlitt’s Salzburg Home Returned to Heirs

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News Accompanied by Deafening Silence About Ongoing Restitution Policy Failures The German government announced recently that it had returned an additional work of art found in the Salzburg home of Cornelius Gurlitt in...more

Three Point Shot - April 2017

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Premier League Takes the Pitch in Fight against Pirated Streams - The United Kingdom's most popular soccer league is using skillful legal tackling to maintain possession of its intellectual property. The Football...more

Nazi-Looting and Forced Sales Support Jurisdiction—Guelph Treasure Ruling Analysis

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The decision on Friday to allow our clients’ claims to proceed against German and the Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz for the restitution of the Guelph Treasure (or Welfenschatz) is ground-breaking in important respects,...more

The Spotify Settlement With NMPA: What It Means for Music Publishers

by Garvey Schubert Barer on

In March 2016, the popular music streaming service, Spotify, reached a settlement with the National Music Publishers Association (“NMPA”) to cover billions of unlicensed streams from member publishers dating back to the...more

Michael Jordan Wins Back Name In Chinese Trademark Dispute

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Former NBA basketball star Michael Jordan has won back the rights to his last name in China, as written in Chinese characters. On December 8th, a Chinese high court determined that Qiaodan Sports, a sportswear company with...more

Heirs of Nazi-Persecuted Art Dealer Alfred Flechtheim Sue Bavarian Museums

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Paintings by Beckmann, Gris and Klee Valued at Nearly $20 Million That Once Belonged to Flechtheim Are at Issue in New York Lawsuit - Sullivan & Worcester LLP has filed suit against Bavaria and its state museums in U.S....more

Heirs of Nazi-Persecuted Art Dealer Alfred Flechtheim Sue Bavarian Museums

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Paintings by Beckmann, Gris and Klee Valued at Nearly $20 Million That Once Belonged to Flechtheim Are at Issue in New York Lawsuit - Sullivan & Worcester LLP has filed suit against Bavaria and its state museums in U.S....more

Restitution Claims Resolved in New York and Cologne, New Case Filed Against Germany

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Word came this week of two resolutions of claims to Nazi-looted art in museums in New York and Cologne, and a new Nazi-looted claim against Germany filed in Washington. Barely a month after the Neue Galerie (of Austrian and...more

Intellectual Property Bulletin - Summer 2016

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Supreme Court Expands Discretion to Award Enhanced Damages for Patent Infringement and Eliminates the Federal Circuit’s ‘Seagate Test’ - In Halo Electronics, Inc. v. Pulse Electronics, Inc., the U.S. Supreme Court...more

MoFo IP Newsletter - August 2016

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Supreme Court Abolished Federal Circuit's Test for Willfulness - On June 13, 2016, in Halo Electronics, Inc. v. Pulse Electronics, Inc., 579 U.S. ___ (2016), the Supreme Court unanimously abrogated the Federal Circuit’s...more

Another Bombshell in Munich—Bavarian Government Sold Looted Art to Nazi Families

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Works returned by Monuments Men to Bavaria for restitution to victims instead sold to Nazis’ families - Journalists Catrin Lorch Jörg Häntzschel published this weekend an explosive revelation in Sueddeutsche Zeitung...more

MoFo IP Newsletter - January 2016

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Highlights of 2015 and What to Watch in 2016 in The United States - Commil USA, llC v. CiSCo SyStemS, inC. (Supreme Court, may 26, 2015). In May, the Supreme Court held that a good faith belief that an asserted patent...more

Spain: National Court suspends the strike of La Liga

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The Spanish National Court has ruled in favour of the Spanish Football League (LFP), and suspended the proposed strike called by the Spanish Football Players’ Union for the final two rounds of the Spanish top-tier football...more

Australia: Sauber Motorsports’ failed legal challenge sees driver Giedo van der Garde racing in Formula 1

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On Monday 9 March 2015, F1 team Sauber launched a legal challenge in the Victorian Supreme Court to a previous decision by a Swiss arbitration court. The previous decision ruled that Sauber must uphold its contractual...more

Protecting Polka Dots and Zebra Stripes Through Copyright: Eleventh Circuit Affirms Ruling that Boot Designs are Infringed (But...

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A relatively common problem affecting the fashion industry is claims of copyright infringement over designs that appear on clothing and other merchandise. In particular, retailers create product overseas, unaware that a...more

Digital Imports: Should Downloads Be Subject to the Tariff Act?

On April 3, the International Trade Commission (ITC) ruled that the agency has jurisdiction to police digital transmission for intellectual property infringement. The ITC hears trade disputes regarding “articles” imported...more

The Katten Kattwalk | Issue 04

In this issue: - Trademark Infringed? No Preliminary Injunction Unless Irreparable Harm Proved - Want to Reserve a Trademark? Be Prepared to Prove You Will Use It - Around the Horn: Customs and...more

Spanish Supreme Court orders Le Monde to pay damages to Real Madrid and FC Barcelona

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The Spanish Supreme Court has ordered French daily newspaper Le Monde to pay damages of €300,000 to Real Madrid and €15,000 to FC Barcelona for linking the Spanish football clubs to a doping plot....more

Intellectual Property Bulletin - Winter 2014

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The America Invents Act (AIA) came into law back in September 2011, but it was not until last March that its provisions were completely phased in. The changes last year included not only the switch from a “first-to-invent” to...more

Sweden: The Swedish Gambling Authority takes action against links to foreign based online gambling operators

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The Swedish Gambling Authority has issued injunctions under the penalty of a fine of SEK 45,000 per day against the Swedish newspapers Aftonbladet and Expressen, claiming that the newspapers’ links to foreign based gambling...more

Gaming Legal News - July 17, 2013 • Volume 6, Number 15

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In This Issue: ENFORCEABILITY OF IGAMING DEBTS IN ONTARIO: As previously reported in Gaming Legal News, in October 2010 the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Divisional Court) ruled in the case of Bérubé v....more

Three Point Shot - March 2012

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In This Issue: - Can Adults Keep the “Brew” in Brewskee-Ball?...1 - Does Bikram Yoga’s Founder Need to Learn to Be More Flexible? ...2 - International Soccer Star Regains Complete Control, with No Penalties,...more

United States Increases Entertainment Exports to Latin American Markets

On September 30, 2011, the United States government signed an Export Trade Certificate of Review for the Latin American Multichannel Advertising Council ("LAMAC"). This certification will allow seven United States-based...more

Three Point Shot -- September 2011

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IN THIS ISSUE: - Let's Get Ready to Rumble – Muhammad Ali Steps Back in the (Legal) Ring - Trying to Force a Turnover: ESPN Sues Ohio State to Compel Release of Emails Involving Jim Tressel - Gossip about...more

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