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In this month's report, we look at the relevance of disclaimers when assessing likelihood of confusion in Patent- och registreringsverket v Mats Hansson (Case C-705/17). We also look at criminal sanctions for the ...
Today’s CJEU decision in Coty Germany GmbH v Amazon (C-567/18) falls in line with the previous German decisions: A company storing goods on behalf of a third-party seller without awareness that said goods infringe ...
The High Court has refused permission to serve outside the jurisdiction a claim for trade mark infringement, passing off and unlawful means conspiracy.
In a judgment dated 26 March 2020, the General Court clarified the elusive question of the registration of signs consisting of the shape of the product as trademarks.
On 14 April the IMF issued a stark warning that the global economy was potentially facing the worst recession since the Great Depression of the 1930s.
The High Court has considered infringing trade mark use, appropriate form of relief for trade mark infringement and breach of a co-existence agreement, and partial revocation of trade marks.
It has recently been reported in the press that footballer Paul Pogba has filed an EU trade mark application seeking coverage for his iconic ‘dab’ celebration.
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Earlier this week, the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (a specialist court which is part of the Business and Property Courts of the High Court of Justice of England and Wales) issued its decision in Response ...
It is often crucial for tech, international brand companies and design-based businesses to demonstrate convincingly that they are the first to record a new idea, design or code. Most importantly though, it is trite that ...
For the 11th year running, Bird & Bird has been recognised as one of the world's top firms in World Trademark Review's (WTR) guide to international trade mark practice, the WTR 1000.