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Levi Strauss takes on Italian fashion brand over trademark infringement

US11-05-2018Trademarks News

Levi Strauss is suing Italy-based menswear brand Isaia Corp for infringing its ‘Tab device’ trademark.

Energizer victorious in electric fence TM opposition

Australia, UK11-05-2018Trademarks News

Battery maker Energizer Brands has successfully opposed a UK trademark application for ‘IP Energizer’.

Unilever triumphs in PG Tips domain case

International10-05-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Unilever, the owner of household brands such as PG Tips, has successfully recovered the domain name pgtips.com from an organisation based in Cape Town, South Africa.

UK America’s Cup team changes name after ‘Team GB’ clash

UK10-05-2018Trademarks News

The UK’s America’s Cup team has reportedly changed its name after the British Olympic Association said it could not use the ‘Team GB’ trademark.

IP litigation insurance seen as ‘niche’ in Europe, says report

EU, UK10-05-2018

Rights owners in Europe are less aware of and interested in IP litigation insurance compared to those in the US, Asia and Australia, according to a new report.

TTAB gives doctor positive diagnosis in Dr Dre dispute

US10-05-2018

US rap artist Dr Dre has failed in his opposition against two trademarks filed by a gynaecologist, with one lawyer suggesting an appeal would be unsuccessful too.

Ipan expands team in UK and France

France, UK10-05-2018Movers & Shakers

Ipan, a provider of IP management services and software, has strengthened its team with representatives in France and the UK. 

Marriott fails in hotel TM opposition at UKIPO

UK10-05-2018

Marriott Worldwide Corporation has failed in its attempt to block the registration of a UK trademark.

Frida Kahlo brand paints ancestor as TM infringer

Mexico, US09-05-2018

A brand associated with famous painter Frida Kahlo has accused one of the artist’s ancestors of trademark infringement and cybersquatting.

Starbucks-Nestlé licensing deal: the IP impact

International, Switzerland, US09-05-2018

A $7.15 billion licensing deal between Starbucks and Nestlé raises some interesting IP questions but should be carefully managed in case relations turn sour, lawyers have told WIPR.

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