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INTA files two amicus briefs in Orwell trademark cases

EU05-03-2021Alex Baldwin

The International Trademark Association has filed two amicus briefs in support of the Sonia Brownell Orwell Estate for three contested trademarks.

General Court dismisses charity’s ‘Heartfulness’ trademark appeal

EU05-03-2021Alex Baldwin

The EU General Court has dismissed an appeal from Indian charity Sahaj Marg Spirituality Foundation, which sought to overturn an EU Intellectual Property Office dismissal of its ‘Heartfulness’ trademark application.

UKIPO affirms end of temporary fee cuts

UK04-03-2021Alex Baldwin

The UK Intellectual Property Office has affirmed that it will be ending its temporary fees period on March 31, introduced to support customers through the pandemic.

Pepsi’s Gatorlyte launch halted over trademark dispute

02-03-2021Muireann Bolger

Pepsi has been blocked from rolling out its new Gatorlyte product, after a federal court in Texas found that Mexico-based Laboratorios Pisa had good grounds for proving the beverages company infringed its trademarks.

CBD companies face dual TM loss at UKIPO

UK01-03-2021Muireann Bolger

Two rival medical cannabis companies have both had their trademarks invalidated at the UK Intellectual Property Office in a dispute over marks covering products containing cannabidiol.

Pakistan joins WIPO’s Madrid System

Pakistan26-02-2021Alex Baldwin

Pakistan has formally joined the Madrid System for international trademark registrations, administered by the World Intellectual Property Organisation.

Taylor Swift’s rights holders countersues Evermore theme park

26-02-2021Alex Baldwin

Taylor Swift’s rights holders TAS Rights Management has launched a countersuit against Utah theme park Evermore Park, following the park’s accusation that Swift infringed its trademarks.

BeIN sues Fenerbahçe over ‘remarkable’ bias claims

Qatar, Turkey26-02-2021Rory O'Neill

The owner of BeIN Sports is suing Turkish football club Fenerbahçe after it used a distorted version of the Qatari broadcaster’s logo to protest against alleged bias in its coverage.

Bezos non-profit loses trademark case at EU court

EU25-02-2021Muireann Bolger

The Bezos Family Foundation, a non-profit organisation run by the family of founder and CEO Jeff Bezos, has lost its appeal against a trademark invalidation at the EU General Court.

Olympic Committee sues Puma over ‘war’ on TMs

24-02-2021Alex Baldwin

The US Olympic Committee has sued Puma for trademark infringement, alleging the sportswear company has ‘declared war’ on Olympic trademarks.

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