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EU mixes up GI rules for spirits


Negotiators at the European Council and the European Parliament have agreed on new rules covering the registration and protection of geographical indications covering spirits.

BMW secures TM victory over Segway owner Ninebot


BMW, the owner of car brand Mini, has secured a court victory in Germany over the use of its trademarks in a promotional video for electric scooters.

Hoover infringed iRobot patent, says USITC


The US International Trade Commission has found that multiple companies, including vacuum maker Hoover, have infringed a patent owned by American technology company iRobot Corporation.

Global patent filing growth slowed in 2017: WIPO report


The number of patents filed globally in 2017 increased by nearly 6% year-on-year, according to an annual study published today, but this figure is down on the 8% growth rate reported in last year’s edition.

Brexit IP divergence would set bad precedent: INTA taskforce

EU, UK03-12-2018

A failure to agree a system of reciprocal enforcement of court judgments post-Brexit would negatively affect the EU and UK IP systems and set a bad precedent around the globe.

USPTO hails ‘mission-critical’ IT in Strategic Plan


The US Patent and Trademark Office has noted the importance of IT “as a mission-critical enabler” in its 2018-2022 Strategic Plan, months after suffering a system outage.

South Korea indicts nine people over Samsung trade secrets

South Korea30-11-2018

South Korean prosecutors have indicted nine people on suspicion of selling Samsung technology to a Chinese company without authorisation.

EU Commission targets 17 states over Marrakesh Treaty non-compliance


The European Commission has instigated non-compliance proceedings against 17 member states, including the UK, for failing to tell it that they have transposed copyright provisions of the Marrakesh Treaty into national law.

CJEU refuses to stay case based on Brexit request


The Court of Justice of the European Union yesterday ruled in a dispute centring on two identical ‘Alcolock’ trademarks and refused to issue a stay surrounding Brexit.

Mayer Brown adds SCOTUS litigator in Washington, DC

30-11-2018Movers & Shakers

Nicole Saharsky, who Mayer Brown claims has argued more cases before the US Supreme Court than any other woman in the last decade, has joined has joined the firm's Washington, DC office as co-head of its Supreme Court and appellate practice.

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