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Monster Energy targets moving company in TM lawsuit

US28-03-2018

Energy drinks maker Monster Energy has filed a lawsuit against a California-based moving company for trademark and trade dress infringement.

Cleveland sports site tackles beer festival over TM

US28-03-2018Trademarks News

A website dedicated to the Cleveland sport scene has taken on a US beer festival over the identical use of its name.  

Cartoonist in TM dispute over Icelandic football chant

Iceland27-03-2018

An Icelandic cartoonist has discovered that he is unable to sell t-shirts featuring the word "Hú" in reference to a famous Icelandic football chant, as a similar word is already the registered trademark of Gunnar Þór Andrésson.

Marques and INTA offer up Brexit IP suggestions

EU, UK27-03-2018

Marques and the International Trademark Association were among a selection of industry bodies that have penned their views on how best to protect IP in the UK after Brexit.

You may have missed: Four court rulings from last week and why they matter

EU, US27-03-2018

Last week, WIPR reported on four important senior court rulings, including one case involving Marvin Gaye’s estate. Below we outline why they are important for lawyers.

Pinsent Masons hires Squire Patton Boggs partner

Germany, UK27-03-2018Movers & Shakers

Pinsent Masons has hired a Squire Patton Boggs partner to establish its European brand portfolio management team, a trademark and design right filing practice.

Amazon successfully opposes ‘Firefly’ mark at UKIPO

UK26-03-2018

Retailer Amazon has succeeded in its opposition of the registration of trademark ‘Firefly’ at the UK Intellectual Property Office.

TiVo enjoys ‘limited success’ in UKIPO TM appeal

UK23-03-2018

TiVo has had a “limited measure of success” in its appeal against a failed trademark opposition at the UK Intellectual Property Office.

Domestic Sweden TM rejected as ‘advertising slogan’

EU23-03-2018

The EU General Court has confirmed that a mobile living provider’s mark would be understood as an “advertising slogan” rather than an indication of origin, meaning it can’t be registered as a trademark.

Hogan Lovells hires Finnegan partner

US23-03-2018Movers & Shakers

Hogan Lovells has expanded its IP practice with the addition of trademark lawyer Julia Anne Matheson as partner.

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