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Artist to appeal against ‘Allah’ trademark rejection


The Benelux Office for Intellectual Property (BOIP) has provisionally rejected a Dutch artist’s application to trademark the name ‘Allah’ in an attempt to test “the limits of the free market”, a decision that the artist’s legal representatives have confirmed he will be filing an objection to.

Trademark challenge against Nike found moot


The US Supreme Court ruled in Nike’s favour on Wednesday morning in a trademark dispute relating to its Air Force 1 trainers, finding Texas-based trainer company Already, LLC’s case moot.

UK government appoints new IP minister


The Viscount Younger of Leckie has replaced Lord Marland as the minister in charge of IP at the UK government’s department for business, innovation and skills (BIS).

Duane Morris promotes four IP attorneys to partner

US08-01-2013Movers & Shakers

Duane Morris LLP has promoted four intellectual property attorneys to partner in its US offices.

CJEU delivers ONEL verdict on CTM regulations


The Court of Justice of the EU has delivered its long-awaited ruling in the Onel case on whether the use of a community trademark in a single EU member state meets the requirements of genuine use in the community.

China vows to strengthen protection of IPR

China, US21-12-2012

Representatives of China promised that more efforts will be made to protect intellectual property rights in the 23rd session of the US-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade (JCCT), which concluded on Wednesday.

Haribo wins gummy bear trademark dispute


German confectioner Haribo has won a trademark dispute against Swiss chocolatier Lindt in one of the first rulings on whether a word mark can be infringed by a three-dimensional product design.

US government removes Taobao from Notorious Markets list

China, US19-12-2012

The US government has published its annual Notorious Markets list and removed Chinese retail website Taobao from last year’s report.

Del Monte and Amazon prosper in gTLD raffle


Amazon and Del Monte have both ranked highly in a raffle-like draw used to determine which generic top-level domains (gTLDs) will launch first next year.

Bardehle Pagenberg merges with Italian firm

17-12-2012Movers & Shakers

Bardehle Pagenberg has merged with Studio Legale Casucci-Ferretti, a Milan-based law firm that employs nine IP lawyers.

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