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M&S wants Aldi caterpillar cake withdrawn

16-04-2021Rory O'Neill

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.

TikTok sued for trademark infringement over editing tool

15-04-2021Muireann Bolger

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 settle ‘Satan Shoes’ dispute

09-04-2021Alex Baldwin

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 blocks Lil Nas X ‘Satan Shoes’

06-04-2021Alex Baldwin

Nike has succeeded in halting the sale of Brooklyn art collective MSCHF’s ‘Satan Shoes’.

Ice Cube sues Robinhood over image in newsletter

01-04-2021Alex Baldwin

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 can't block Swatch’s 'One more thing', high court rules

UK31-03-2021Alex Baldwin

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.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: exploring her IP legacy

United States31-03-2021Muireann Bolger

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.

‘Halloumi’ PDO could help fill gap left by ‘weak’ TM

Cyprus, EU - TRADEMARKS30-03-2021Rory O'Neill

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.

Lego awarded ‘major victory’ over brick design

EU29-03-2021Trademarks NewsAlex Baldwin

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. 

France prevails in ‘’ TM dispute in US court

France29-03-2021Trademarks NewsMuireann Bolger

The French government has secured a trademark victory over ‘’ after a US federal appeals court ruled that it was not liable for infringement claims levied by a tourism company.

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