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Aldi victorious in Moroccan oil passing off case


Aldi has successfully seen off a legal challenge from a company that accused it of passing off its hair oil product.

Turkish company causes row over ‘pharmacist’ trademark


A pharmaceutical company in Turkey has run into trouble after attempting to register the Turkish word for ‘pharmacist’ as a trademark.

FIFA targets Twitter users over World Cup image


World Cup organiser FIFA has targeted six Twitter users over their use of the official emblem for this summer’s tournament in Brazil.

Bitcoin trademark put up for sale


Japanese-based web hosting company Tibanne has put the ‘Bitcoin’ trademark up for sale and is looking to raise up to 100 million Japanese Yen ($1 million), according to the Wall Street Journal.

Chinese trademark squatters target internet brands


Well-known internet companies are among the targets of recent trademark squatting in China, according to the publication Leiphone.

Squire Sanders joins forces with Patton Boggs


Law firms Squire Sanders and Patton Boggs are to merge, forming Squire Patton Boggs.

China seizes 76m items in customs haul


Authorities in China seized more than 70 million counterfeit items last year, the government said today, May 27.

To Kill a Mockingbird case reignited in US


To Kill a Mockingbird author Harper Lee has reignited her trademark case against a US museum after they failed to reach a settlement.

US senators wade into Redskins debate


US senators have written to the National Football League urging it to endorse a name change for a football team embroiled in a trademark row, citing “racism” and “bigotry”.

Government consultation brings Aldi and Saucy Fish row to attention


A dispute involving supermarket chain Aldi and a UK fish brand could have wide ramifications for brand owners due to new powers being considered by the UK government, it has been claimed.

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