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Counterfeiters infringe ‘most distinctive’ trademarks, says Louis Vuitton

US08-11-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Louis Vuitton has accused online retailers of counterfeiting, infringing and diluting its “most distinctive and popular design trademarks”, in a complaint filed yesterday.

Trump’s acting AG linked to company fined for patent scam


The new US acting attorney general, Matthew Whitaker, was linked to a company that was fined by the US Federal Trade Commission for a scam related to patent licensing.

Future bright for licensing firm as Nokia’s ex-head of patents joins


Ilkka Rahnasto has joined patent licensing company Marconi as senior vice president after stepping down as head of Nokia’s patent business, with lawyers saying Marconi will benefit from having such a leading IP specialist.

Mad Dogg Athletics spins to victory at EU court


US-based Mad Dogg Athletics emerged victorious today after the EU General Court annulled a European Union Intellectual Property Office decision to revoke the fitness company’s rights to the EU trademark ‘Spinning’.

US authorities seize fake merchandise during MLB World Series


More than 3,000 items of counterfeit Major League Basketball apparel and merchandise were seized during and after the MLB 2018 World Series, as part of a multi-partner enforcement operation.

Ashurst boosts IP practice Down Under with Deacons hire

Australia08-11-2018Movers & Shakers

Nina Fitzgerald has joined Ashurst as a partner in Sydney, after spending three years as a senior associate at Deacons in Hong Kong.

Google declined more than 10m infringing adverts last year: report

International07-11-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

Google last year declined more than ten million adverts suspected of infringing copyright or linking to infringing sites, according to a new report by the company.

China ‘fundamentally’ alters technical IP dispute appeal process


China approved changes to litigation procedures in patent and other IP cases in late October, in a move that fundamentally alters how the appeal process will work for certain technical disputes, according to law firm Gowling WLG.  

Battle of the sexes: Girl Scouts takes on Boy Scouts over rebranding efforts


The US Girl Scouts yesterday took the country’s Boy Scouts to court for trademark infringement.

USPTO names deputy director

US07-11-2018Movers & Shakers

The former deputy general counsel of a Silicon Valley-based company has been appointed as deputy director of the US Patent and Trademark Office.

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