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China’s IP filings remain strong in 2018


Figures released last week show that IP applications in China were strong in 2018, with practitioners telling WIPR that many factors have contributed to this solidity.

Under Armour wants TM respect in latest complaint


Sportswear brand Under Armour accused a Florida-based clothing company of trademark infringement and dilution yesterday in a complaint filed at a US court.

Snoop Dogg successful in TM opposition at UKIPO


US rapper Snoop Dogg has successfully opposed a UK trademark for ‘Snoop’ based on the grounds of bad faith. 

Lush takes on cosmetic brand over TM infringement

US17-07-2018Trademarks News

The owner of UK-based cosmetics brand Lush has hit a competitor with a trademark infringement claim.

Practitioners share hopes for Campinos’s replacement


Christian Archambeau’s succession of António Campinos as executive director of the European Union Intellectual Property Office has been well received by practitioners, who hope he will be a “safe pair of hands” amid Brexit turmoil.

New decrees ‘rescues’ Türk Patent


A new decree has retained the functions of the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office, but set out a plan to partially restructure the office, according to practitioners, just a week after a different decree appeared to abolish the institution.

Court settles clash between broadcaster and erotic video producer


The EU General Court has affirmed a European Union Intellectual Property Office decision to revoke a broadcasting-related trademark, after an erotic video producer claimed the mark had not been used for five years.

DLA Piper adds IP partner from McDermott Will & Emery

US16-07-2018Movers & Shakers

Eric Hagen, who was previously head of the trade secrets practice at McDermott Will & Emery, has joined DLA Piper’s Los Angeles office as a partner.

UKIPO dismisses Mango trademark appeal

EU, UK16-07-2018

The UK Intellectual Property Office has dismissed an appeal by fashion brand Mango, confirming that the trademark ‘YanGo’ will not be confused with the clothing company’s own name.

Campinos deputy in line for EUIPO helm


A European Council committee has proposed that the former deputy director of the European Union Intellectual Property Office, Christian Archambeau, should succeed António Campinos as head of the office.

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