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Series or families of trademarks can be used as grounds for opposition against European trademarks if certain conditions are met, says João Pereira Cabral of Inventa.   7 June 2024
Netlist’s recent $445 million win against Micron was down to a collaboration honed over many years, finds Sarah Speight, who spoke to co-lead counsel Jennifer Truelove of McKool Smith and Jason Sheasby of Irell & Manella.   6 June 2024
McDonald’s trademark setback in Europe offers some salutary lessons for big brands believing they’re too big to fail, finds Muireann Bolger, who speaks to Supermac's counsel and others.   6 June 2024
Acquisition sees Abion increase presence in key markets with unusual buyout | 83-employee law firm has footprint in Australasia and Asia | Merger of ‘tech-enabled’ services a key to deal | UK firm will rebrand as Abion in September 2024.   5 June 2024
Firm hires partner from Norton Rose Fulbright and team of trademark specialists in Germany | Experienced group has expertise in fashion and luxury goods.   5 June 2024
Association filed amicus brief backing Board of Appeal decision on ‘Nightwatch’ mark | Approach differs from long-standing practice in the office’s guidelines on EUTM conversions | German medtech Preventicus wanted to convert mark to a UK TM.   5 June 2024
Decisions taken by domain managers are often difficult, complex and time-pressured. Nicole DelleDonne and Heather MacNeil of GoDaddy Corporate Domains, with Donna Lyon of Ally Financial, offer a guide to help those thrown in the deep end.   5 June 2024
ABG IP says the promotions recognise staff performance, improve gender equality and lower the average age among partners, and secure its values and position in the market.   4 June 2024
US brand sues retailer at UK court in “surprising development” over graphic on girl’s T-shirt | Product has given Next an “unearned and undeserved boost to its marketing”, argues lawsuit.   4 June 2024
Artificial Intelligence
Data licensing has become big business but companies like Reddit are selling in a market of unknowns, says Giles Parson of Browne Jacobson.   4 June 2024

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