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Prospective TM owner can file oppositions, rules CJEU


The Court of Justice of the European Union has confirmed that a prospective trademark owner who is not yet the registered owner can file a notice of opposition based on the mark.

72% of CEOs admit taking IP from employer: report

Germany, UK, US27-07-2018

Nearly three-quarters (72%) of CEOs have taken IP from a former employer, according to research released by American software company Code42 on Tuesday.

Smith Anderson hires IP counsel with AI expertise

US27-07-2018Movers & Shakers

Smith Anderson has added electrical engineer Ed Roney as counsel in the firm’s North Carolina office.

Nike ad campaign infringes 'LNDR' trademark, says UK court

UK27-07-2018Trademarks News

A clothing brand has been successful in preventing Nike from using the term ‘LDNR’ in its ‘Nothing beats a LDNR’ advertising campaign, based on an earlier trademark.

CJEU disagrees with AG on TM use in Mitsubishi win


The Court of Justice of the European Union clarified the type of conduct which counts as “use in the course of trade” in trademark infringement proceedings on Wednesday, in a win for the Mitsubishi brand.

Estée Lauder files suit to protect Mac brand against fakes

US26-07-2018Movers & Shakers

Estée Lauder has filed a US lawsuit against a number of domain names and online marketplace accounts allegedly being used to sell counterfeit make-up, in an effort to protect its Mac Cosmetics brand.

DWF launches IP department in France

France26-07-2018Movers & Shakers

Law firm DWF has launched a new IP department in France with the addition of litigation partner Simon Christiaën.

Adidas fails in trademark opposition in Singapore

Singapore26-07-2018Trademarks News

The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore has dismissed a trademark opposition made by Adidas against a Taiwan-based competitor’s application.

KitKat ruling creates high barrier for acquired distinctiveness: lawyers

EU26-07-2018Trademarks News

The Court of Justice of the European Union’s judgment on Nestlé’s KitKat trademark has demonstrated the difficulty of proving acquired distinctiveness, lawyers have told WIPR.

Chinese customs seizes 7m items in first half of 2018


Chinese customs has seized 7.1 million items suspected of IP infringement in the first half of 2018, according to new data shared by China’s official news agency Xinhua yesterday.

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