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SCOTUS examines TM licensing post-bankruptcy


The US Supreme Court yesterday heard oral arguments in Mission Product Holdings v Tempnology in which it will consider whether a debtor-licensor’s rejection of a trademark licence agreement in bankruptcy results in complete termination of the licence agreement.

Kim Kardashian sues ‘derivative’ clothing range

UK, US21-02-2019

Kim Kardashian West is suing UK women’s clothing company Missguided for trademark infringement, alleging that it used her name and image to sell products without her permission.

Orrick lures Fish & Richardson litigation partners

US20-02-2019Movers & Shakers

Orrick has strengthened its copyright and trademark expertise with the addition of five IP litigation partners from Fish & Richardson.

German distiller’s use of Glen is misleading, says court

EU, Germany20-02-2019

The Scotch Whisky Association has obtained victory in a six-year legal battle to stop a German distillery from selling a whisky called ‘Glen Buchenbach’.

SCOTUS to decide future of TM after licensor declares bankruptcy


On Wednesday, the US Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case between athletic-wear maker Mission Product Holdings and Tempnology, a company which previously sold cooling fabrics.

UPS sues operators of ‘United Pot Smokers’ for TM infringement


United Parcel Service is suing the operators of a self-described ‘non-profit’ medical marijuana collective, “United Pot Smokers”, for infringing its trademarks.

Chinese national sentenced to jail over fake HP and Intel goods


A Chinese national was sentenced to four and a half years in prison in the US, after a district judge found him guilty of directing the shipment of counterfeit computer-networking equipment into Texas.

Capri Sun claims dilution in TM suit


Fruit juice maker Capri Sun has filed a claim against a competitor for allegedly infringing the trademark covering its ‘pouch’ container.

USPTO may force foreign TM applicants to use US attorneys


The US Patent and Trademark Office has issued a proposal which would require foreign-domiciled trademark applicants and registrants to use a US attorney.

Bulgarian restaurant suffers TM defeat before EU court


The EU General Court has upheld a decision that a mark applied-for by a Bulgarian restaurant group is likely to be confused with an earlier trademark.

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