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MillerCoors files counterclaim in battle of the breweries


Brewery MillerCoors has filed a counterclaim against competitor Stone Brewing’s allegations of trademark infringement, arguing that it was the first company to use the word ‘Stone’ in the beer market.

Akerman hires two IP litigators

US16-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Akerman has strengthened its Chicago office with IP litigators Timothy Sendek, the former leader of Lathrop Gage’s IP litigation team, and Darrick Hooker from Lewis Brisbois.

‘Black Friday’ TM lacks distinctiveness in Germany, says trademark office


The German Patent and Trademark Office has concluded that the term ‘Black Friday’ lacks distinctiveness, in a trademark dispute involving PayPal and a Hong Kong-based company. 

UKIPO serves up bad news to ‘MasterChef’ TM owner


The UK Intellectual Property Office has rejected a trademark opposition filed by the production company behind popular TV series “MasterChef”.

China to introduce punitive damages for IP infringements


China’s State Intellectual Property Office has announced that the country will soon introduce punitive damages for IP infringements in an effort to ensure that offenders pay a “big price”.

Liverpool FC hope to score in TM infringement case

UK, US12-04-2018Trademarks News

UK-based Liverpool Football Club is taking on US-based Red Slopes Soccer Foundation in a trademark infringement case.

UKIPO puts mattress retailers’ TM dispute to bed


The UK Intellectual Property Office has dismissed a mattress retailer’s trademark opposition, after finding that its opposition to a competitor’s mark was “untenable”.

CITMA elects new president

UK12-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Tania Clark, a partner at IP firm Withers & Rogers, has been elected as president of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys.

Adidas and Reebok take action against 53 e-commerce sellers

US11-04-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Adidas and Reebok have filed a claim accusing 53 e-commerce sellers of trademark infringement, counterfeiting and unfair competition.

Selfridges fends off opposition in Harry Gordon’s Bar dispute

EU, UK11-04-2018

The UK Intellectual Property Office has given high-end retailer Selfridges the right to register its ‘Harry Gordon’s Bar’ and ‘Harry Gordons’ trademarks following an opposition.

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