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Romania incurs EU wrath over Trade Mark Directive

Romania06-07-2020Trademarks NewsMuireann Bolger

Romania has edged closer to EU financial sanctions, after failing to transpose measures of the Trade Mark Directive.

TransferWise sues rival for TM infringement

03-07-2020Muireann Bolger

Online payment provider TransferWise is suing rival Wise for trademark infringement and unfair competition, arguing that its name and recent trademark applications are likely to cause confusion.

INTA unveils annual meeting plan

International03-07-2020Peter Scott

As the International Trademark Association’s annual meeting goes virtual this November, the organisation is banking on content, pricing, and dating technology to ensure it is a success.

Sky v SkyKick goes to appeal

02-07-2020Rory O'Neill

Sky v SkyKick will head to the English Court of Appeal, Lord Justice Richard Arnold has ruled, while the judge also found SkyKick to have further infringed the UK telecoms provider’s trademarks.—floodgates open?

01-07-2020Rory O'Neill

The US Supreme Court’s decision in is unlikely to lead to a “flood” of ‘’ trademarks, but concerns over the justices’ reasoning remain, lawyers have told WIPR.

Supreme Court backs in TM saga

30-06-2020Rory O'Neill

The US Supreme Court has ruled that adding ‘.com’ to otherwise generic terms can create a protectable federal trademark, in a win for

Marriott hits back at Delta’s TM suit, claiming breach of contract

30-06-2020Muireann Bolger

Marriott International has claimed that Delta Airlines breached a co-existence agreement by suing the hotel chain for trademark infringement earlier this year.

Bordeaux’s wine council wins landmark China counterfeiting suit

China, France29-06-2020Sarah Morgan

The Conseil Interprofessionnel du Vin de Bordeaux has managed to secure a conviction against the seller of counterfeit Bordeaux’s wine in China.

General Court hands TM win to Off-White

EU26-06-2020Rory O'Neill

Italian fashion label Off-White has prevailed in its trademark appeal at the EU General Court, in a defeat for the European Union Intellectual Property Office.

Online marketplaces are ‘retail services’, argues CJEU adviser

EU, Spain26-06-2020Rory O'Neill

A legal adviser to the EU’s top court has said that ‘retail services’ should include online marketplaces when categorising the goods and services covered by trademarks.

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