Google and Mr Brainwash in a Purple Haze over Hendrix and Coltrane images

Google has been accused of copyright infringement for using photographs of Jimi Hendrix and John Coltrane in advertising its Google Music service.  The action has been brought in the United States District Court for the Central District of California by the estate of James “Jim” Marshall, a photographer renowned for his iconic photographs of popular musicians (not to be confused with the James “Jim” Marshall who founded Marshall Amplification – or, indeed, James “Jimi” Marshall Hendrix).

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Subjects: Copyright

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Full Federal Court to hear appeal against generic drug injunction

On 23 April 2012, Katzmann J delivered a judgment that will see the Full Federal Court reconsider an interim (interlocutory) injunction imposed on Generic Health (GH) in relation to the anti-psychotic drug aripiprazole.  The effect of Katzmann J’s orders is to allow the Full Federal Court to hear the application for leave to appeal immediately before, or simultaneously with, the appeal itself.

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Subjects: Patents

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