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IPO Daily News™

Thursday, 8 November 2018 8:16 am

IP IN THE MASS MEDIA

Australian Developer of Unauthorized Plug-In Has Assets Frozen in Dispute with Video Game Publisher

Yesterday the New York Times reported that Australian developer CHRISTOPHER ANDERSON’s assets were frozen in connection with a suit filed against him by gaming company Rockstar Games and its parent Take-Two Interactive Software, who claim that his unauthorized plug-in called Infamous infringes their copyright in video games such as Grand Theft Auto.

AT&T to Discontinue Service to Customers for Copyright Infringement

On Wednesday Axios reported that AT&T planned to discontinue internet service to customers who illegally shared copyrighted content online.

TODAY ON IPO’S IP CHAT CHANNEL™: FEDERAL CIRCUIT APPEALS AND REMANDS TO THE PTAB; RECENT LESSONS AND A LOOK AHEAD

Tune in to the IP Chat Channel™ today at 2:00p.m ET for a review of the case law and a discussion of strategies for affirming or reversing a PTAB decision. Our panel includes two litigators with recent relevant Federal Circuit wins—MICHAEL FLIBBERT (Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP) and JOHN O’QUINN (Kirkland & Ellis, LLP) —and SHEILA KADURA (Dell Technologies), an in-house counsel who clerked at the Federal Circuit.

IP Chat Channel™ webinars are recorded and available on our website after the live webinars. CLE granted in many states.