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Brand owners with interests in Europe, or concerns about counterfeits travelling through the EU, need to be aware of the recent changes to EU trade mark law to make sure their IP is sufficiently protected.
Once again, our trademark team featured prominently in the recent edition of Who's Who Legal: Europe Trademarks for 2020.
WTR 1000, a specialist publication focused on trade mark law, released the 2nd edition of their prestigious research guide ‘WTR Global Leaders’. A publication which brings together the world’s foremost law firm and ...
The English High Court today handed down its decision in the proceedings brought by Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany (the "Claimant") against Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp and others ("MSD") for breach of contract and trade ...
In this month's report, we look at the General Court's decision on likelihood of confusion in Kalypso Media Group GmbH v EUIPO; Wizards of the Coast LLC (case T-700/18). We also look at the Arnold J's judgment on ...
The High Court has dismissed an action for passing off arising from the use of the colour purple for asthma inhalers
The Advocate-General has opined on questions of invalidity for lack of clarity and precision in a trade mark's goods and services specification, and on whether applying to register a mark without any intention to use it ...
The Court of Appeal has confirmed that purple packaging was not registrable as a trade mark and had not been registered as a series mark.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that a trade mark registration must be refused for a sign which designated the facilities in which the product was produced and included a geographical name.
The High Court has upheld the Intellectual Property Office's (IPO) decision revoking two "easyoffice" trade marks for non-use.