Intellectual Property newsbytes- February 2017

In February’s newsbytes, our lawyers look at a range of high-profile cases. From Zenimax claiming that Oculus had copied their technology and trade secrets to President Donald Trump filing an application to trademark ‘Keep America Great’- his 2020 re-election campaign slogan. Take a look at the latest updates below:

Sir Paul McCartney sues Sony over Beatles songs

SpongBob SqaurePants restaurant wins trademark battle over ‘The Krusty Krab’

Facebook and Oculus lose $500m virtual reality dispute

Trump campaign moves to ‘Keep America Great!’

‘Real estate superhero’ hit with copyright warning from DC Comics