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German Court Rejects ICANN's Injunction Request
Intellectual Property lawyer Nina O'Sullivan has been quoted in Managing Intellectual Property. The article, German Court Rejects ICANN's Injunction Request ...
Germany
17 Aug 2018
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Kenzo Estate: A Lesson For Eponymous Brand Owners
Operating a business or brand under your own name is a fairly common practice, and a desire to tie a brand to their personality ...
European Union
7 Aug 2018
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The Shape Of Things To Come: CJEU Decides On The Kitkat Trade Mark Case
Back in 2002, Nestlé filed an application to register the three-dimensional sign of the ‘four finger KitKat bar' as an EUTM.
European Union
3 Aug 2018
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CJEU Rules On Parallel Imports Of Medical Devices
The law relating to the repackaging of imported pharmaceutical products is now largely settled following a series of decisions of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU).
European Union
20 Jul 2018
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European Court Ruling In Favour Of Louboutin's Red Sole
The CJEU has ruled in Louboutin's favour in deciding that its red sole is not a shape mark; it is a position mark for a colour applied to the sole of a shoe.
European Union
25 Jun 2018
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Trade Marks For 'Financial Services' Under The Spotlight
Over the three years between its launch and the trial, there was no evidence of actual confusion, for example, there were limited examples of typographical errors in emails.
UK
25 May 2018
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IP Enforcement In China - There Is A Will, But Is There A Way?
When it comes to protecting their IP in China, brand owners often face an all too familiar dilemma. Should they make a significant investment to protect their IP ...
China
18 Apr 2018
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Will LNDR Beat LDNR?
It was the campaign that seemingly ticked all the boxes and became a massive social media phenomenon – managing to be all at once humorous, cultural and political.
UK
17 Apr 2018
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UK Ratifies Hague Agreement Giving Designers Flexibility In International Applications
Designers seeking to protect their valuable designs by registering them in a number of territories can make use of the Hague system of international designs, rather than filing separate applications...
UK
17 Apr 2018
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The Reform Agenda In 2018
Further progress in the controversial copyright proposals forming part of the EU Digital Single Market project, including the proposed related right ...
UK
17 Apr 2018
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Digital Economy Act 2017: Key IP Provisions
The Digital Economy Act 2017 contains a number of important provisions relating to IP. In particular, the Act ...
UK
17 Apr 2018
12
Navigating The New Groundless Threats Regime
The Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017 came into force on 1 October 2017. Whilst the revisions are ‘evolutionary,' rather than ‘revolutionary' ...
UK
17 Apr 2018
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EU IP Protection And Enforcement: Commission Proposes Improvements
As part of its Digital Single Market strategy, the European Commission has published a series of papers setting out its commitment to protection of intellectual property rights ...
UK
17 Apr 2018
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Multiple Drinks Can Community Design Registration Held Invalid
IP protection for food and drinks packaging is a significant asset and prevents others from copying valuable designs.
UK
17 Apr 2018
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XKING Crossed Out By European Court Of Justice
In a case which raises a number of issues for those looking to clear marks, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has upheld a finding of a likelihood of confusion ...
UK
16 Apr 2018
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Merck V Merck: Global Website Targeted UK Consumers
The Court of Appeal also considered the question of targeting in Merck KgaA (Merck Global) v Merck Sharp & Dohme (Merck US) ...
UK
16 Apr 2018
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No Trade Mark Infringement For Use Of A Domain Name In Conjunction With Adverts
In Argos Ltd v Argos Systems, the Court decided that Delaware company Argos Systems' use of ARGOS in its domain name in conjunction with the display of advertisements ...
UK
16 Apr 2018
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Trade Mark Infringement For Using Claimant's Amazon Listings
The Courts continue to deal with new issues presented by technology, and different methods of selling and marketing goods and services.
UK
16 Apr 2018
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Pizza Mark Invalid On The Basis Of Earlier Use In A Particular Locality
The Court of Appeal has upheld a finding of invalidity in relation to the trade mark CASPIAN in a dispute between the operators of a Birmingham chain of restaurants ...
UK
16 Apr 2018
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Distinctive To The Maxx
Whilst it was based on consistent reasoning, this General Court decision was noteworthy because the Opponent found it easy to establish rights ...
European Union
16 Apr 2018
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