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EUIPO announces free search engine for Andean TMs

EU13-08-2021Alex Baldwin

The European Union Intellectual Property Office has launched CAN TMview, a free trademark search engine for the Andean countries.

UK grants first independent GI to Welsh salt marsh lamb

UK12-08-2021Alex Baldwin

Gower Salt Marsh Lamb has become the first food to receive the UK’s own geographical indication protection.

Model faces TM infringement suit over ‘brows’ blog

10-08-2021Alex Baldwin

Actress and model Molly Sims will face trademark infringement and consumer confusion claims in a lawsuit over a sponsored blog post about an eyebrow product.

English Court of Appeal upholds Sazerac TM win in 'Eagle' whisky dispute

UK09-08-2021Alex Baldwin

The English Court of Appeal has upheld a prior ruling that Liverpool Gin Distillery had indirectly infringed a trademark belonging to Sazerac Company—one of America’s oldest distilleries.

EasyJet settles TM suit with EasyFly

06-08-2021Alex Baldwin

EasyJet’s parent company has settled an infringement suit against regional airline Easyfly, according to a notice published by a Florida Federal Court.

USPTO seeks TM protection to fend off scammers

06-08-2021Alex Baldwin

The US Department of Commerce has filed an application to officially register US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) trademarks in order to protect rights owners from scams.

English court sides with farm’s PureOaty in Oatly clash

UK05-08-2021Rory O'Neill

UK-based Glebe Farm Foods has won its trademark dispute with Swedish dairy alternative brand Oatly over Glebe’s PureOaty drink.

Latham hires ex-Skadden IP litigator

International04-08-2021Movers & ShakersAlex Baldwin

Latham & Watkins has hired former Skadden Arps litigator Anthony Sammi to join the firm’s New York practice as partner and global vice chair of IP litigation.

Corning wins USITC ban of fibre optic imports

04-08-2021Muireann Bolger

Optics tech company Corning has succeeded in barring US imports of rival high density fibre optic equipment after the International US International Trade Commission upheld a ruling that the US company’s IP rights had been infringed by multiple competitors.

Q&A: GM wrestles Ford for ‘cruise’ control TM

28-07-2021Trademarks NewsMuireann Bolger

General Motors (GM) has sued Ford, alleging that Ford’s “BlueCruise” hands-free driver technology infringes its own system, Super Cruise.

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