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Court Of Appeal Confirms London Taxi Company's Trade Mark For The Shape Of The "Black Cab" Is Invalid
The trade marked three-dimensional shape of the traditional London taxi has been found invalid by the Court of Appeal of England and Wales.
UK
21 Nov 2017
2
The Basics Of Trade Mark Law
To register a trade mark, there are various criteria that need to be met. In this podcast, Charlie Bond goes through the basics of trade marks, with a focus on UK law and procedure...
UK
20 Nov 2017
3
London Design Festival: Design Protection - Hindsight Giving Insight
Welcome to this our fifth annual event as part of the London Design Festival.
UK
10 Nov 2017
4
PMPRB Decision Creates Uncertainty For Patentees
On September 27, 2017, a two-member Hearing Panel of the Patented Medicine Price Review Board (PMPRB) ruled that the ultra-rare disease drug Soliris® (eculizumab), manufactured by Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Alexion), was "excessively priced." The Panel ordered both a reduction of the price of Soliris going forward and required Alexion to pay past "excessive" revenues.
Canada
8 Nov 2017
5
Singapore High Court Has No Original Jurisdiction To Revoke A Patent
For years, defendants in patent infringement proceedings have brought counterclaims for revocation of the patent. However, a recent High Court judgment indicates that this is no longer possible.
Singapore
31 Oct 2017
6
Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service Threatens Renault And Others With Prosecution For Unfair Competition
Parallel importation has been a hot topic in Russia for some time. We have covered this topic earlier in the year (see our previously published articles "Parallel Imports Sneak into Russia...
Russian Federation
30 Oct 2017
7
Defects In Pre-Patent Issue Process Do Not Render A Patent Void
In Apotex Inc. v Pfizer Inc. et al, 2017 FCA 201, the Federal Court of Appeal refused to void a patent based on an administrative error made during the prosecution of the patent application...
Canada
25 Oct 2017
8
Dealing With Copyright And Trade Mark Infringement Online
Online infringement takes many forms, from the sale of counterfeit or infringing products via the internet, to copying another business' website. In this podcast, George Sevier provides some hints and tips...
UK
25 Oct 2017
9
Free Trade Zones & Their Role In Counterfeiting & Piracy In China, The UAE And Singapore
This webinar considers free trade zones in Singapore, China and the UAE and in particular; their impact on counterfeit and pirate goods; the challenges and benefits that they present to brand owners...
Worldwide
24 Oct 2017
10
Actavis v Eli Lilly: The Doctrine Of Equivalents In The UK, France And Germany
In view of the UK Supreme Court's judgment in Actavis v Eli Lilly, when will an 'equivalent' infringe as an immaterial variant?
Worldwide
11 Oct 2017
11
Completing Brand And Design Clearance
The phrase brand and design clearance captures a whole array of things, but fundamentally refers to the checks that a company runs during the stage at which it is creating or establishing its brand and/or designs.
UK
11 Oct 2017
12
UK Rewrites Its Law Prohibiting Threats Of Legal Proceedings For IP Infringement
The Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017 (the "Act") entered into force on 1 October 2017, introducing changes to the law in the UK regarding threats of intellectual property proceedings.
UK
9 Oct 2017
13
New Proposed Eurasian Trademark System
Much like the European Union, the EAEU is a political and economic union of five member states: Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia.
Russian Federation
6 Oct 2017
14
Has Russia Finally Stopped Online Piracy?
On July 1, 2017 the new Law on Mirror Websites (Federal Law 156 FZ) was adopted by the State Duma.
Russian Federation
6 Oct 2017
15
Demand Letters In IP Litigation: When Are They Mandatory?
A year after the pre-trial serving of a would-be defendant with a demand letter became mandatory in Russia, the procedure is facing further changes in relation to IP disputes.
Russian Federation
6 Oct 2017
16
Grey Market Goods In The EU, Russia & The Middle East: Enforcement Options For Rights Holders
Gowling WLG's Global Unauthorised Goods & Brand Enforcement Task Force have launched an autumn webinar series that examines a number of key topics - all with a focus on helping you better protect your brand.
Worldwide
4 Oct 2017
17
Chanel's Logo Cancels Registration For Interlocking Figurative Design
The General Court's 18 July 2017 decision in Chanel v EUIPO, case T-57/16, demonstrates that broad protection may be available for brands' monograms in Europe, in this case Chanel's intertwined "C".
France
3 Oct 2017
18
Actavis V Eli Lilly - What Is "Normal Interpretation"?
In a landmark decision (Actavis v Eli Lilly), the UK Supreme Court has re-steered the law of patent infringement in the UK, stating that there is a doctrine of equivalents.
UK
2 Oct 2017
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Inutility Finding Overturned By Federal Court Of Appeal In First Application Of Supreme Court's Esomeprazole Decision
Dasatinib is the active ingredient in Bristol-Myers Squibb's (BMS) SPRYCEL®, indicated for the treatment of chronic myeloid leukemia in adults.
Canada
28 Sep 2017
20
Valuation Of Trade Secrets
In a series of articles devoted to trade secrets, Gowling WLG professionals share their knowledge to help you understand and manage trade secrets to use them as tools for competitiveness.
Canada
26 Sep 2017
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