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CJEU refuses to stay case based on Brexit request


The Court of Justice of the European Union yesterday ruled in a dispute centring on two identical ‘Alcolock’ trademarks and refused to issue a stay surrounding Brexit.

Mayer Brown adds SCOTUS litigator in Washington, DC

30-11-2018Movers & Shakers

Nicole Saharsky, who Mayer Brown claims has argued more cases before the US Supreme Court than any other woman in the last decade, has joined has joined the firm's Washington, DC office as co-head of its Supreme Court and appellate practice.

INTA and CIPO step up trademark collaboration


The International Trademark Association has partnered with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office to cooperate further and enhance protection in the trademark field.

Greek company fights off Intersnack opposition at EU court


The EU General Court today handed victory to a Greek personal hygiene company, annulling a decision by the European Union Intellectual Property Office to reject a snack-related trademark.

Jay-Z cites racial bias in bid to halt TM case


US rapper Jay-Z has claimed that there aren’t enough African-Americans to hear arbitration of a trademark dispute with brand management company Iconix Brand Group, in a bid to stop the case.

EU court hands double trademark win to Louis Vuitton


The EU General Court today sided with luxury fashion brand Louis Vuitton in two separate trademark appeals, which both date back to 2014.

Disney and Fox strapped into IP theme park suit


The Walt Disney Company and Fox Entertainment Group are at the centre of a $1 billion lawsuit, after they sought to terminate an agreement covering a Fox-branded theme park.

Samsung convinces EUIPO to invalidate ‘smart’ TM


Samsung Electronics has emerged victorious at the European Union Intellectual Property Office after convincing it to declare a trademark invalid.

Leicester City victorious in TM opposition against football minnows


Leicester City Football Club grabbed an IP victory yesterday when the UK Intellectual Property Office allowed the club’s opposition against a football-related trademark to prevail.

EU court pulls plug on ‘H20+’ trademark


The EU General Court today rejected a cosmetics company’s trademark appeal centring on the term H20, after finding that the disputed mark lacks distinctive character.

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