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French football league suffers UDRP defeat


French football’s premier division has lost a cybersquatting dispute against a radio-controlled car enthusiast.

Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announces new managing partners

US11-03-2014Movers & Shakers

Law firm Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP has announced it has appointed two new managing partners at its US offices in Atlanta and San Francisco.

Brazilian football body in row with Hyundai over World Cup advert


Brazil’s football federation says an advertising campaign by Hyundai that plays on the nation’s chances of winning a sixth World Cup infringes its IP rights.

Lim Bee Yi heads to Tay & Partners

Malaysia10-03-2014Movers & Shakers

Malaysian law firm Tay & Partners has hired Lim Bee Yi as a partner in its IP and technology practice.

Song flies to Blank Rome nest

US06-03-2014Movers & Shakers

Seagull Song has joined Blank Rome LLP as of counsel in the firm’s Los Angeles office.

Pernod Ricard in “Jameson” trademark suit


Drinks maker Pernod Ricard, famed for producing Jameson Irish whiskey, is locked in a trademark dispute with Californian winery Jamieson Ranch Vineyards.

Francis Gurry nominated for second term as WIPO director general


Francis Gurry has been nominated for a second term as the World Intellectual Property Organisation’s director general.

UN targets tourists with anti-counterfeiting campaign


Three UN agencies have combined to educate tourists about the dangers of a number of illicit practices such as counterfeiting.

Clearinghouse sends 17,500 cybersquatting warnings


Trademark owners have received more than 17,500 warnings about cybersquatting in the new generic top-level domain area, it has been confirmed.

Facebook hit with “trademark bullying” claim


A pet-themed social network has accused Facebook of being a “trademark bully” after a dispute over the “Facepets” trademark.

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