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IP police arrest man for suspected Royal Mail fraud

22-05-2014

The UK’s specialist IP crime unit arrested a man today, May 22, on suspicion of committing fraud against the Royal Mail in order to sell counterfeit CDs.

Luxury Law Summit: Versace claims progress on counterfeits

China, Italy22-05-2014

Engagement with customers online and a stricter approach to IP protection has led to a reduction in counterfeit Versace products, the chief executive of the fashion brand said today, May 22.

UK Home Secretary to visit IP police unit

21-05-2014

A senior UK politician has pledged to visit a temporary police unit dedicated to tackling IP crime following calls to make its funding permanent.

Satirists refuse to hand over Google parody site

Germany, US21-05-2014

A group of German political activists has refused to take down a website on which it publicised several fake Google products in order to parody the company’s privacy policy.

Chinese golf counterfeiters land in the rough

China21-05-2014

A US golf industry group has helped send seven Chinese men to prison for making and selling counterfeit goods.

Zippo fires off trademark lawsuit over lighter brand

US20-05-2014

Lighter manufacturer Zippo has filed a lawsuit in the US accusing a rival company of trademark infringement.

Scotch Whisky Association reveals trademark battles

International19-05-2014

The trade body that protects the Scotch Whisky industry has opposed more than 100 bogus trademark applications in the last year, according to its annual report.

Danish court backs CJEU Rolex decision

EU19-05-2014

A Danish court has upheld a decision by Europe’s highest court which ruled that goods imported into the European Union from online channels based outside EU borders can be destroyed.

INTA 2014: National and regional habits critical for Asian trademark decisions

Hong Kong14-05-2014

Local cultures and habits are extremely important for companies selling alcoholic drinks and making trademark decisions in Asia, a succession of speakers warned delegates on the last day of the INTA annual meeting in Hong Kong today, May 14.

INTA 2014: Why Chile fears the Madrid Protocol

Chile, Hong Kong14-05-2014

Chile's “fear” of the Madrid Protocol was one of several updates on trademarks in Latin America at INTA's annual meeting in Hong Kong today, May 14.

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