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Apple fails to stop Swatch’s ‘one more thing’ TM


Apple has been unsuccessful in its bid to stop Swiss watchmaker Swatch from securing a trademark for the phrase ‘one more thing’.

British supermarket to appeal ‘Iceland’ TM cancellation

EU, Iceland18-04-2019

Iceland Foods, the owners of British supermarket Iceland, has confirmed that it will appeal the European Union Intellectual Property Office’s decision to cancel its trademark.

USPTO denies Dallas Mavericks ‘Matador’ trademarks


The US Patent and Trademark Office has denied two trademark applications by the US basketball team Dallas Mavericks.

EUIPO resumes UK trademark oppositions after Brexit extension

EU, UK16-04-2019

The European Intellectual Property Office has reinstated opposition and invalidity proceedings that are based solely on UK rights.

UKIPO invalidates Cadbury’s purple TMs after Nestlé opposition


The UK Intellectual Property Office has delivered a mixed verdict after Nestle opposed three of Cadbury’s trademarks for its signature colour purple.

SCOTUS likely to overturn ‘scandalous’ TM ban: lawyers


The US Supreme Court is likely to overturn the ban on registering scandalous trademarks following oral arguments in Iancu v Brunetti yesterday, lawyers have told WIPR.

UKIPO sides with Chanel in TM opposition

UK, Vietnam15-04-2019

Chanel has been successful in its bid to stop a trademark registration which it said would be confusing against one of its earlier marks.

US Supreme Court to hear arguments over ‘scandalous’ TMs


The US Supreme Court will today, April 15, hear arguments over whether it should permit the registration of “scandalous” or profane trademarks, a move which critics say would be unconstitutional.

CJEU sides with Fujifilm and EUIPO against German printer

EU, Germany12-04-2019

The Court of Justice of the European Union has backed Fujifilm and the European Union Intellectual Property Office in a trademark appeal from a German printing company.

Amazon sues over ‘false’ job offers


Amazon is suing an Illinois-based web marketing company and an Israeli businessman, alleging that they falsely offered “work at home opportunities” with the tech corporation.

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