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Court settles clash between broadcaster and erotic video producer


The EU General Court has affirmed a European Union Intellectual Property Office decision to revoke a broadcasting-related trademark, after an erotic video producer claimed the mark had not been used for five years.

DLA Piper adds IP partner from McDermott Will & Emery

US16-07-2018Movers & Shakers

Eric Hagen, who was previously head of the trade secrets practice at McDermott Will & Emery, has joined DLA Piper’s Los Angeles office as a partner.

UKIPO dismisses Mango trademark appeal

EU, UK16-07-2018

The UK Intellectual Property Office has dismissed an appeal by fashion brand Mango, confirming that the trademark ‘YanGo’ will not be confused with the clothing company’s own name.

Campinos deputy in line for EUIPO helm


A European Council committee has proposed that the former deputy director of the European Union Intellectual Property Office, Christian Archambeau, should succeed António Campinos as head of the office.

UK trademark applications soar over 22-year period

EU, UK16-07-2018

The number of trademark applications filed at the UK Intellectual Property Office last year was nearly triple the total filed in 1995, new statistics show.  

World Cup special: 5 stories about football and IP


As the FIFA World Cup in Russia comes to a close this weekend, the interest in football will reach fever pitch. But are you familiar with these five stories about the crossover between football and IP? WIPR reports.

Mixed IP reaction to Brexit White Paper

EU, UK13-07-2018

The UK government yesterday published its latest White Paper on Brexit, but the document leaves several IP questions unanswered, according to lawyers.

Rock band rages at Nigel Farage podcast

UK, US13-07-2018

US rock band Rage Against The Machine have accused UK politician Nigel Farage of “brazenly and unlawfully” exploiting their name and logo, in a letter sent earlier this week.

EU court upholds invalidation of PR trademark


The EU General Court has dismissed an appeal brought by a public relations company, confirming the European Union Intellectual Property Office’s decision to invalidate a figurative trademark which could be confused with an earlier-registered word mark.

Nestlé on the losing side in koala TM case

EU12-07-2018Trademarks News

The EU General Court has upheld an appeal from a Japan-based confectionery company after its trademark application was denied by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).

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