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Christian Dior loses ‘savage’ trademark dispute at UKIPO

UK06-08-2020Trademarks NewsMuireann Bolger

Christian Dior has lost its fight to prevent a registration of a trademark, when the UK Intellectual Property Office found against the luxury brand’s arguments .

USITC round-up: Lenovo under the spotlight

China06-08-2020Rory O'Neill

The US International Trade Commission is investigating Chinese electronics manufacturer Lenovo off the back of a patent infringement complaint from Nokia.

Jaguar Land Rover fails in Defender shape trademark appeal

UK06-08-2020Rory O'Neill

The English High Court has blocked Jaguar Land Rover from registering the shape of its Defender 4x4 as a trademark, clearing the way for chemicals company Ineos to launch its own competing vehicle.

Dr Pepper fails to revive fight against Coca-Cola’s ‘zero’ at Fed Circuit

05-08-2020Trademarks NewsMuireann Bolger

Dr Pepper will be unable to reignite a dispute with Coca-Cola, after it failed it overturn a US Trademark Trial and Appeal Board decision over its rival's 'zero' mark.

Ex-Google engineer Levandowski jailed for trade secrets theft

05-08-2020Muireann Bolger

Disgraced former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski will spend 18 months in prison for stealing trade secrets before joining Uber and kickstarting the ride-sharing company’s self-driving car development.

Fed Circuit affirms jury powers in SEP cases

05-08-2020Rory O'Neill

Juries are capable of determining whether a patent is essential to a technological standard, the Federal Circuit has ruled.

No COVID-19 spike in digital piracy, UKIPO report reveals

UK05-08-2020Rory O'Neill

Levels of illegal piracy have remained largely consistent in the UK during the COVID-19 lockdown, despite an increase in the consumption of digital content, new research has shown.

BMW wins TM suit at English High Court

UK04-08-2020Trademarks NewsMuireann Bolger

BMW has won a trademark suit in a long-running dispute over the infringement of its marks and designs for alloy wheels, according to a decision handed down by the English High Court on Thursday, July 30.

Columbia hit with restraining order in Encyclopaedia Iranica case

04-08-2020Rory O'Neill

A non-profit organisation has won a temporary restraining order barring the Columbia University from publishing copies of the Encyclopaedia Iranica resource.

US Navy escapes $6m patent bill at Fed Circuit

04-08-2020Rory O'Neill

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has cancelled a $6 million patent win for a shipbuilder against the US Navy.

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