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Snoop Dogg successful in TM opposition at UKIPO


US rapper Snoop Dogg has successfully opposed a UK trademark for ‘Snoop’ based on the grounds of bad faith. 

Second Circuit denies Tom Brady tweet appeal


The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit yesterday denied an immediate appeal in a closely-watched case involving Twitter, news outlets and photographs of National Football League star Tom Brady.

Motorola secures victory over Hytera in Germany

Germany, US18-07-2018

Telecoms equipment company Motorola Solutions secured another victory over rival Hytera Communications earlier this week, after the Regional Court of Mannheim in Germany granted an injunction against Hytera.

YouTube offers new weapon against copyright infringement

International17-07-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Video sharing platform YouTube has released a new initiative to help users identify when their content has been uploaded to other accounts.

Lush takes on cosmetic brand over TM infringement

US17-07-2018Trademarks News

The owner of UK-based cosmetics brand Lush has hit a competitor with a trademark infringement claim.

Practitioners share hopes for Campinos’s replacement


Christian Archambeau’s succession of António Campinos as executive director of the European Union Intellectual Property Office has been well received by practitioners, who hope he will be a “safe pair of hands” amid Brexit turmoil.

EFF criticises Japan’s website-blocking proposals

Japan17-07-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has described the Japanese government’s proposals to introduce website-blocking as “cutting off your hand to deal with a paper cut”, in a statement released on Friday, July 13.

New decrees ‘rescues’ Türk Patent


A new decree has retained the functions of the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office, but set out a plan to partially restructure the office, according to practitioners, just a week after a different decree appeared to abolish the institution.

West to lose innovation race by 2029: report

China, EU, International, South Korea, UK, US17-07-2018

The US, EU and UK are set to lose their innovation leadership positions to China and South Korea by 2029 if they don’t take steps to improve innovation and commercialisation processes.

Court settles clash between broadcaster and erotic video producer


The EU General Court has affirmed a European Union Intellectual Property Office decision to revoke a broadcasting-related trademark, after an erotic video producer claimed the mark had not been used for five years.

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