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China opens antitrust investigation into Ericsson


Swedish telecoms company Ericsson has confirmed that it is being investigated in China over complaints against its IP rights licensing practices in the country.

EUIPO resumes UK trademark oppositions after Brexit extension

EU, UK16-04-2019

The European Intellectual Property Office has reinstated opposition and invalidity proceedings that are based solely on UK rights.

Osborne Clarke adds partner from Marks & Clerk

UK16-04-2019Movers & Shakers

Osborne Clarke has recruited Will James as a partner in its London office.

NPE sues Louis Vuitton over smartwatch patents


Louis Vuitton North America is facing a patent infringement lawsuit from a non-practising entity over its smart watches.

UKIPO invalidates Cadbury’s purple TMs after Nestlé opposition


The UK Intellectual Property Office has delivered a mixed verdict after Nestle opposed three of Cadbury’s trademarks for its signature colour purple.

SCOTUS likely to overturn ‘scandalous’ TM ban: lawyers


The US Supreme Court is likely to overturn the ban on registering scandalous trademarks following oral arguments in Iancu v Brunetti yesterday, lawyers have told WIPR.

Film studios urge FTC to address restricted access to WHOIS tool


The Motion Picture Association of America has urged the US Federal Trade Commission to address the “diminished access” to information, which it said is vital to combating illegal conduct online.

Indian court issues ‘dynamic injunction’ against pirate mirror sites


The High Court of Delhi has asserted its right to issue so-called “dynamic injunctions” aimed at tackling mirrors, or redirect sites, of known pirate websites and recommended fines be levied on users who know they are accessing infringing content.

Jury orders LG to pay $45m over 'plug-and-play' patent


A US jury has ordered LG Electronics to pay $45 million in damages for wilful infringement of a patent owned by UK-based Mondis Technology and Japanese company Maxell Holdings.

UKIPO sides with Chanel in TM opposition

UK, Vietnam15-04-2019

Chanel has been successful in its bid to stop a trademark registration which it said would be confusing against one of its earlier marks.

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