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SCOTUS refuses to hear patent eligibility case

01-07-2022Sarah Speight

Lawyers lament ‘missed opportunity’ after the US’ top court declines certiorari despite pressure from the Solicitor General.

EU General Court sides with Ireland in TM clash

Ireland01-07-2022Trademarks News

Relations soured between Ireland and an Irish dairy cooperative and a Spanish company leading to claims of bad faith.

Ferrari win moves dial for European design rights

Germany30-06-2022Trademarks News

Germany’s Supreme Court has refined CJEU rules on community designs after a dispute involving a $2.6 million supercar.

European patent body reappoints president

Portugal30-06-2022Patent News

The top patent organisation will stick with its leader until at least 2028.

Trademarking ‘The’: a lesson in emphasis and cooperation

29-06-2022Sarah Speight

The Ohio State University has been granted rights to use ‘THE’ on its merchandise, and fashion brand Marc Jacobs is awaiting registration for the same. But, asks Sarah Speight, should we be surprised?

UK govt says ‘not yet’ to new AI rules

UK28-06-2022Muireann Bolger

The UK government will not change patent inventorship criteria or copyright computer-generated works provisions following its consultation on artificial intelligence and IP, but it plans to amend a copyright law relating to data mining.

Cointreau and cannabis company settle TM suit

28-06-2022

Liqueur maker Cointreau and Canadian cannabis company Canopy Growth have settled their trademark clash over Canopy’s ‘Quatreau’ sparkling water infused with cannabidiol.

Samsung faces chip infringement claims

27-06-2022Sarah Speight

Texas-based ImberaTek, a subsidiary of IdeaHub, has sued Samsung for infringing six of its patents related to semiconductor technology.

Shakira secures partial TM win at UKIPO

UK27-06-2022

The UK Intellectual Property Office has invalidated the trademark ‘Shakara’ in relation to certain goods, in a partial victory for singer Shakira.

EU court rejects trade union’s ‘Waterford’ revocation bid

EU, Ireland23-06-2022

British and Irish trade union Unite the Union has failed to convince the EU General Court to annul a European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) decision not to revoke a trademark.

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