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Ferrari powers to victory at Italian Supreme Court

Italy03-12-2013

Italy’s Supreme Court has upheld an appeal by Ferrari in a trademark infringement dispute, 15 years after the case was filed.

Lush and Amazon trademark dispute reaches court

UK02-12-2013

A trademark case between UK cosmetics company Lush and online retailer Amazon surrounding search engine results and the use of Google Adwords has been heard in the UK High Court.

Date set for IP bill’s second Commons reading

UK29-11-2013

The UK government has set a date for a second reading of its Intellectual Property Bill in the House of Commons, marking the first time it will be debated in the lower chamber of parliament.

US company seeks clearance over Chanel trademark

US29-11-2013

Luxury fashion company Chanel is facing a lawsuit in the US after allegedly accusing a jewellery company of trademark infringement.

Burberry faced with trademark revocation in China

China28-11-2013

Luxury fashion brand Burberry faces losing trademark protection for its signature design in China following a long-running dispute with a local company, but has announced it will appeal.

Pillsbury promotes three IP lawyers to partner

US28-11-2013Movers & Shakers

Law firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP has promoted three IP lawyers to its partnership in the US.

Cognac producer wins Chinese trademark case

China27-11-2013

A Chinese company has been found guilty of trademark infringement over the illegal use of a trademark belonging to Cognac producer Societe Jas Hennessy.

Baker & Hostetler announces merger with IP boutique firm

US25-11-2013Movers & Shakers

US law firm Baker & Hostetler LLP has announced it plans to merge with IP boutique Woodcock Washburn.

Customs begin testing EU enforcement database

EU25-11-2013

Customs authorities have begun testing an IT database that aims to support rights owners in their fight against infringement in the EU.

IP valuable but infringements can be justified – OHIM report

EU25-11-2013

IP rights are crucial for supporting innovation and creativity, but infringements can be justified in certain cases, a survey has found.

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