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Renowned UK boots manufacturer Dr. Martens has filed a lawsuit against a fashion website accusing it of trade dress infringement and selling “identical” products to its own.
Countries negotiating a new trade agreement have supported the implementation of strict rules aimed at tackling counterfeiting and piracy, according to reports.
A detailed study on the link between IP and European gross domestic product and jobs will be published on September 30, the Marques annual conference in Monte Carlo was told.
During the final session of the Marques annual conference in Monte Carlo lawyers discussed the pros and cons of crowdsourcing and social media for brands.
A UK couple has won the right to use the trademark ‘Golden Balls’ for their company following a six-year dispute with the organisers of a prestigious football award.
"Sometimes you need to chill" was a key message to brand owners during a session on trademarks and free speech at the Marques annual conference in Monte Carlo.
Four IP lawyers have joined the ranks at Goulston & Storrs PC after leaving Cooley Manion Jones LLP in Boston, US.
Lawyers speaking at the Marques annual conference in Monte Carlo discussed the difficulties of enforcing trademarks and designs in different jurisdictions.
A German zoo has been told it can retain trademark rights for one of its most famous former residents, a Polar Bear named Knut.
A US university law professor has been appointed to serve as a senior IP advisor to the US government.
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