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Lawyers cast doubt on Nirvana claims against Marc Jacobs


Lawyers have told WIPR that a lawsuit which argues that Marc Jacobs International infringed IP owned by former rock band Nirvana may not be strong enough to secure victory.

Cartier loses trademark dispute in Singapore


French jewellery company Cartier has lost its bid to have a trademark application incorporating the word ‘Love’ dismissed in Singapore.

Atari takes swing at Target over ‘Foot Pong’ game


Video games brand Atari has sued US department store Target for infringing IP protecting the famous arcade game “Pong”.

Brexit is already costing trademark owners more money, says CITMA

EU, UK21-12-2018

Uncertainty around the post-Brexit future is causing businesses to spend more money on securing trademarks, the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (CITMA) has told WIPR.

Atari licenses video games’ IP for blockchain reproductions


Video game brand Atari has licensed IP relating to “RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch” and “Goon Squad” to game publisher Animoca Brands for the purpose of producing blockchain versions of the games.

Vans targets Primark over its Old Skool and Sk8-Hi shoes


Skateboarding shoe maker Vans has filed a trademark infringement suit against Primark for selling what it describes as “calculated and intentional knock-offs” of its famous Old Skool and Sk8-Hi shoes.

CJEU provides clarity in criminal copyright referral


The Court of Justice of the European Union yesterday ruled that a copyright owner’s exclusive distribution right can be violated by the storage of infringing goods, in a referral stemming from criminal proceedings in Sweden.

Gunderson Dettmer elevates two IP attorneys

US20-12-2018Movers & Shakers

Gunderson Dettmer has promoted two IP attorneys to the partnership, effective January 1, 2019.

Eversheds nabs Hogan Lovells lawyer in Paris

France20-12-2018Movers & Shakers

After more than a decade of working at Hogan Lovells as a senior associate, Vincent Denoyelle has joined Eversheds Sutherland as a partner.

Disney under fire over ‘Hakuna matata’ trademark

Africa, US19-12-2018

Disney has come under fire for its ‘Hakuna matata’ trademark in recent days, with a petition calling on the media conglomerate to drop the mark gaining traction online.

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