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Michael Best expands Denver office

US08-06-2018Copyright News, Movers & Shakers, Patent News, Trademarks News

US-based law firm Michael Best has expanded its Denver office with the addition of Justin Cruz and Ben Roxborough. Both lawyers focus their practices on IP litigation.

CJEU rules on Scotch whisky GI in German dispute

EU, Germany, Scotland07-06-2018Trademarks News

The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled on a case in which a German individual was accused of violating the Scotch Whisky Association’s geographical indication rights.

EU General Court overrules EUIPO’s water heating decision

EU, Sweden06-06-2018Trademarks News

The EU General Court has backed a Sweden-based design company in a trademark appeal against the European Union Intellectual Property Office.

Velcro issues second video in fight against genericide

US06-06-2018Trademarks News

Velcro has released another music video urging people to use its trademark correctly, in response to a video it released last year.

EU General Court dismisses Prada trademark appeal

EU, Indonesia05-06-2018Trademarks News

The EU General Court has sided with the European Union Intellectual Property Office and rejected a trademark appeal made by Prada.

Whirlpool sues company over counterfeit fridge filters


Home appliance maker Whirlpool has sued a company that sells water filters for refrigerators over alleged counterfeiting and trademark and patent infringement.

GDPR: German court refuses to issue ICANN injunction over Whois

EU, Germany05-06-2018

A German court has refused to issue an injunction requested by ICANN, with the organisation claiming the court failed to provide clarity surrounding the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation.

Virginia Tourism Agency fires TM suit at gun manufacturer

US04-06-2018Trademarks News

A tourism agency in the US has taken on a gun parts and accessories retailer, alleging trademark infringement over an altered version of its “Virginia is for Lovers” slogan.

EU General Court sets aside decision in ‘Dayaday’ dispute


The EU General Court has annulled a decision by an appeal board at the European Union Intellectual Property Office which had only partially allowed a trademark opposition against ‘Dayaday’.

US court raises a smile for Grumpy Cat’s owners


A coffee company that was ordered to pay the owners of celebrity feline Grumpy Cat $710,000 for IP infringement has failed to escape liability after a court denied its request for declaratory relief.

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