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EU General Court sides with EUIPO in decade-long trademark dispute


The EU General Court today sided with the European Union Intellectual Property Office in a trademark dispute which started a decade ago.

Nintendo secures $12.2m from Arizona couple for IP infringement


Nintendo has come to a $12.2 million settlement agreement with a couple who operated infringing video game websites.

Louis Vuitton wins dispute over ‘custom-made’ goods in Japan


.The Japan IP High Court has awarded luxury fashion brand Louis Vuitton JP¥1.7 million ($14,921) in a trademark dispute over the sale of custom-made secondhand branded goods.

Dickinson Wright adds five IP members and of counsel

US09-11-2018Movers & Shakers

Dickinson Wright has added five IP attorneys to its offices in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Silicon Valley, California.

Satanist group sues Netflix and Warner Bros over ‘Sabrina’


Religious and political group The Satanic Temple yesterday sued Netflix and Warner Bros for $50 million in an IP complaint centring on a monument that appears in newly-released TV series “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”.

Miss World fails to fight off pageant TM at UKIPO


Miss World has failed in its opposition to a trademark for another beauty contest at the UK Intellectual Property Office.

Counterfeiters infringe ‘most distinctive’ trademarks, says Louis Vuitton

US08-11-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Louis Vuitton has accused online retailers of counterfeiting, infringing and diluting its “most distinctive and popular design trademarks”, in a complaint filed yesterday.

Mad Dogg Athletics spins to victory at EU court


US-based Mad Dogg Athletics emerged victorious today after the EU General Court annulled a European Union Intellectual Property Office decision to revoke the fitness company’s rights to the EU trademark ‘Spinning’.

US authorities seize fake merchandise during MLB World Series


More than 3,000 items of counterfeit Major League Basketball apparel and merchandise were seized during and after the MLB 2018 World Series, as part of a multi-partner enforcement operation.

Ashurst boosts IP practice Down Under with Deacons hire

Australia08-11-2018Movers & Shakers

Nina Fitzgerald has joined Ashurst as a partner in Sydney, after spending three years as a senior associate at Deacons in Hong Kong.

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