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Marks & Spencer is suing German supermarket chain Aldi at the UK High Court over a cake which it says infringes its ‘Colin the Caterpillar’ brand.
Video-sharing social network TikTok infringed the trademarks of a video editing company when it released a new editing feature, according to a new lawsuit filed at a US federal court.
Nike and MSCHF have settled a lawsuit over the ‘Satan Shoes’—a pair of customised Nike trainers sold by MSCHF that feature prominent satanic imagery.
Nike has succeeded in halting the sale of Brooklyn art collective MSCHF’s ‘Satan Shoes’.
Californian rapper and actor Ice Cube has filed a lawsuit against stock trading app Robinhood for using his image without permission to promote its “garbage trading platform”.
Apple has lost a legal challenge levied at Swiss watchmaker Swatch to prevent it registering Steve Job’s famous phrase “one more thing” as a trademark.
A podcast by the International Trademark Association explored how Ginsburg shaped IP law—as well as offering a behind-the-scenes look at her professional and personal life.
Cypriot cheese producers have suffered a setback in their efforts to protect the coveted ‘Halloumi’ trademark—but they’ll soon have other tools at their disposal, lawyers predict.
The EU General Court has ruled that Lego bricks are coverable by community design in a judgment handed down by the court’s second chamber.
The French government has secured a trademark victory over ‘France.com’ after a US federal appeals court ruled that it was not liable for infringement claims levied by a tourism company.
Beau de Loménie (BDL-IP) France
Sagacious IP India, China, Japan and Europe
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Appleyard Lees United Kingdom
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Basham, Ringe y Correa S.C. Mexico
Henry Goh & Co Sdn Bhd Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei
Sutton Magidoff Barkume LLP USA
Krishna & Saurastri Associates India
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