Author: John Richards | Practices: Copyrights, Designs, Digital Brands / Domain Names, European Litigation, Licensing, Patents, Trade Secrets, Trademarks, U.S. Litigation
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2017 saw a bumper crop of Supreme Court decisions on intellectual property matters around the world including eight by the United States Supreme Court, two by the Canadian Supreme Court, and two by the United Kingdom Supreme Court.