Find News

Filter articles

Showing 11 to 20 of 7267 results

Mixed bag for Lidl in two TM cases


Budget retailer Lidl received mixed news at the European Union Intellectual Property Office last week after it backed the company’s attempt to revoke a trademark, but only partly dismissed an opposition to Lidl’s own mark.

CIPA urges UK to stay in EUIPO post-Brexit

EU, UK18-09-2018

The Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys yesterday implored UK Prime Minister Theresa May to include the UK’s continued participation in the EU’s trademarks and designs system post-Brexit in ongoing negotiations.

Dennemeyer adds managing directors for France and Asia-Pacific

France18-09-2018Movers & Shakers

Dennemeyer has appointed Guillaume Ouvrieu to oversee the company’s activities in France, while Dallas Wilkinson has taken the reigns in Asia Pacific (APAC).

Germany seeks clarity from CJEU on YouTube’s copyright liability

EU, Germany17-09-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Germany’s Federal Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof) has asked the Court of Justice of the European Union whether YouTube is liable for IP violations that occur on its video-sharing platform.

Nestlé takes on competitor over Hot Pockets TM

US17-09-2018Trademarks News

Switzerland-based Nestlé has filed a complaint against a competitor for allegedly infringing its ‘Hot Pockets’ and ‘Lean Pockets’ trademarks.

Nivea stamps out cigarette trademark at UKIPO

UK17-09-2018Trademarks News

Beiersdorf, the parent company of skincare range Nivea, has successfully opposed a trademark application for products relating to smoking.

Vlada Haggerty targets Guess in latest lip art lawsuit


Makeup artist Vlada Haggerty has accused American fashion retailer Guess of using her artwork on clothing without permission.

Canada’s Supreme Court sides with ISP in copyright dispute


The Supreme Court of Canada has unanimously held that internet service providers can request compensation for the costs affiliated with providing the personal information of suspected infringers to copyright owners.

Lawyers react to second round of Brexit ‘no deal’ guidance

EU, UK14-09-2018Copyright News, Patent News, Trademarks News

The UK government released another series of papers providing guidance on a “no deal” Brexit yesterday. WIPR spoke to IP lawyers to find out more.

Fed Circuit dismisses cross-appeals in Qualcomm patent dispute


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has upheld three decisions which resulted in the partial invalidation of a telecoms patent asserted against semiconductor manufacturer Qualcomm.

Showing 11 to 20 of 7267 results


Service Providers

Park IP Translations
Park IP is your trusted partner for legal language solutions