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JetBlue takes aim at Walmart over shopping service TM

25-06-2019

JetBlue Airways is suing Walmart over its Jetblack concierge service, which the airline says is likely to cause confusion among consumers.

Iancu v Brunetti: A marker in the moral policing of IP, say lawyers

25-06-2019

Lawyers have welcomed the US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the ban on scandalous and disparaging marks, after the court found yesterday, June 24, that it violated the First Amendment of the US Constitution.

SCOTUS overturns ban on scandalous TMs

24-06-2019

The US Supreme Court overturned the prohibition on registering scandalous trademarks earlier today, June 20.

‘Angry Birds’ creator angry over restaurant’s TM

24-06-2019

The creator of mobile game “Angry Birds” has taken a California-based eatery to court over its allegedly theft of the game’s trademarks.

UKIPO invalidates ‘Carry On’ film TMs

21-06-2019

The UK Intellectual Property Office has invalidated a series of trademarks related to the British “Carry On” film series, owned by UK film and television production company ITV Studios.

AI as a judge and patent-destroying tool: panel discussion

EU20-06-2019

Artificial intelligence technology is beginning to touch every single industry, and the IP space is certainly no exception. But uncertainty remains as to how the rapidly advancing technology can benefit the IP system and whether the system needs to and can adapt to take full advantage of these advancements.

EU General Court rules Adidas three-stripe TM is invalid

EU19-06-2019

The EU General Court has upheld a decision that Adidas’ three-stripe trademark is invalid.

AC Milan mark survives Marriott opposition

EU, Italy19-06-2019

Hotel owner Marriott Worldwide has failed in its bid to block a trademark registration owned by Italian football club AC Milan, following a ruling of the EU General Court.

Delhi High Court issues injunction in Gati TM dispute

19-06-2019

Indian multinational courier delivery services company Gati has won an interim injunction against a non-profit after a court found it was infringing Gati’s trademark.

Steph Curry’s ‘Holey Moley’ series at centre of TM dispute

18-06-2019

US basketball player Stephen Curry’s upcoming televised golf competition series, “Holey Moley”, infringes a trademark owned by an Australian mini golf venue, according to a complaint.

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