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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.

Delhi court delivers sweet victory for Ferrero Rocher


Ferrero Rocher has been awarded an injunction as well as damages against a Chinese company which produced “lookalike” chocolates in violation of an earlier trade dress injunction.

TM application filed for Queen Elizabeth II’s image


The UK’s Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy has applied to register the iconic image of the head of Queen Elizabeth II.

EUIPO launches project to boost IP in Southeast Asia

EU, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam10-04-2018

The European Union Intellectual Property Office has launched a four-year project which aims to strengthen IP rights systems in Southeast Asia.

Brinkhof boosts trademark practice

Netherlands10-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Brinkhof has expanded its trademark practice with the appointment of Sophie Gauquier-Rutgers.

Fish & Richardson hires former Sutton principal

US10-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Fish & Richardson has strengthened its trademark and copyright group with the addition of a former principal and partner at Sutton McAughan Deaver.

Levi Strauss battles Kenzo over pocket ‘tabs’


Clothing brand Levi Strauss has gone to war with French luxury house Kenzo over the use of “tabs” on the back pocket of trousers.

Foley & Lardner completes merger with Gardere

US09-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Foley & Lardner has completed its merger with Gardere Wynne Sewell, bringing the firms’ revenue to $830 million. 

Cryptocurrency company hits back at Alibaba suit

China, Dubai, US09-04-2018

Dubai-based cryptocurrency company Alibabacoin Foundation has denied allegations by Chinese e-commerce platform Alibaba that it has operated an “unlawful scheme to misappropriate” Alibaba’s renowned brand name.

Man sentenced to prison over fake Nike trainers


A man based in Portland, Oregon has been sentenced to four months in prison for selling counterfeit Nike trainers online. 

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