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UDRP respondent “hostile” but panellist terminates case

International18-02-2014

A panellist in a cybersquatting dispute has terminated a complaint filed by cognac producer Rémy Martin, despite dealing with a “hostile” respondent.

McAndrews Held & Malloy promotes five attorneys

US18-02-2014Movers & Shakers

US IP firm McAndrews Held & Malloy Ltd has promoted two of its partners to the firm’s board of directors and elevated three associates to the partnership.

Apple and Samsung earn top spots in brand rankings

International18-02-2014

Tech heavyweights Apple and Samsung are the two most valuable brands on the planet, according to a report by Brand Finance.

Scottish businesses gain access to IP tools

UK18-02-2014

The UK Intellectual Property Office is offering Scottish businesses a range of tools in a bid to help protect and manage their IP.

Sheppard Mullin promotes four IP attorneys

US14-02-2014Movers & Shakers

Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP has promoted four of its IP attorneys to the firm’s partnership.

Demon trademark cancelled at General Court

EU14-02-2014

Winter sportswear company Demon International has won an appeal ordering the partial cancellation of a trademark after the General Court of the European Union ruled it was likely to cause confusion.

CJEU weighs in on unregistered community designs in gazebo case

EU, Germany14-02-2014

The Court of Justice for the European Union (CJEU) has answered several questions related to the protection and enforcement of unregistered community designs.

Foley & Lardner strengthens in Chicago

US13-02-2014Movers & Shakers

Foley & Lardner LLP has added Jami Gekas as a partner in its Chicago office.

CJEU steers hyperlinks clear of copyright protection

EU13-02-2014

Europe’s highest court has said website owners can hyperlink to “freely accessible” copyrighted material without seeking rights holders’ permission.

Chinese Supreme Court orders re-trial in Castel trademark battle

China13-02-2014

French winemaker Castel, which was on the receiving end of one the largest ever damages rulings in China, has succeeded in blocking the fine after appealing to the country’s Supreme Court.

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