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UK beer trademarks rise to record high: report


The number of new trademarks registered for beer in the UK increased by 20% last year to reach a record high of 2,372 (up from 1,983 in 2016), according to a report released today by professional services firm RPC.

Balenciaga keychain designs ‘replicate’ Little Trees freshener IP


A line of car freshener-inspired keychains produced by luxury fashion brand Balenciaga is at the centre of a lawsuit filed last week.

Weight Watchers takes on competitor in trademark battle

US22-10-2018Trademarks News

Weight loss company Weight Watchers has accused Delaware-based competitor Noom of infringing the company’s trademarks to advertise Noom’s own services.

USPTO warns of unauthorised changes to trademarks

US22-10-2018Trademarks News

The US Patent and Trademark Office has warned trademark owners that unauthorised changes have been made to a number of registrations and applications.

English Court of Appeal set to rule on Unwired Planet v Huawei


The English Court of Appeal will tomorrow rule on the long-running standard-essential patent dispute between licensing business Unwired Planet and Chinese telecoms company Huawei.

WIPR webinar: Protecting the ‘well-intentioned’ customer

International22-10-2018Copyright News, Trademarks News

Brands should focus on protecting the “well-intentioned” customer when identifying online counterfeiters.

GTA makers secure search order against ‘cheats’

Australia19-10-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

The developers of video game “Grand Theft Auto V” have persuaded the Federal Court of Australia (New South Wales) to grant search and seizure orders against five individuals believed to be associated with cheating software.

Walmart taken to court over ‘unauthorised’ hair curlers


A UK hair company has sued Walmart for infringing patent and trademark rights protecting its hair curling brand, Curlformers.

Rihanna and Puma targeted in ‘FU’ trademark suit


Music artist Rihanna’s fashion company—which sells goods in association with sports retailer Puma—is at the centre of a trademark lawsuit.

NTT Docomo joins Avanci’s IoT licensing platform

Japan, US19-10-2018

Japan’s biggest mobile phone operator, NTT Docomo, has joined Avanci’s marketplace for the licensing of patents covering ‘internet of things’ technologies.

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