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CJEU hands win to L’Oréal in ‘Master’ TM dispute

EU, France30-05-2018

The Court of Justice of the European Union has referred five trademark appeals from cosmetics company L’Oréal back to the EU General Court after cancelling that court’s decisions.

US and China trade war resumes as new tariffs announced

China30-05-2018Patent News

US President Donald Trump has said he will impose a 25% tariff on $50 billion worth of goods imported from China containing “industrially significant technology” to help protect IP.

Federal Circuit hands win to Ericsson in wireless patent dispute


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has partly reversed, partly vacated, and partly remanded a decision resulting from an inter partes review of a wireless communication patent.

‘Great opportunities’ for brands to use AI, says Hogan Lovells report

China, EU, International30-05-2018Trademarks News

Artificial intelligence is set to “revolutionise” trademark prosecution and enforcement, according to Hogan Lovells’ latest brand benchmarking report, released yesterday.

ICANN asks German court for GDPR clarity over Whois

EU29-05-2018Trademarks + Brands Online News

On the same day as the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation came into force, ICANN filed injunction proceedings against a domain name registrar in an effort to clarify how the new regulation should be interpreted.

US Copyright Office proposes 41% increase in fees


The US Copyright Office has proposed adopting an average 41% increase in fees in order to account for inflation.

European Council committee weighs in on EU copyright directive


The European Council’s Committee of Permanent Representatives has finalised its position on a draft directive hoped to modernise copyright rules in the EU.

Premier League shoots and scores in trademark opposition

29-05-2018Trademarks News

England’s top tier football division, the Premier League, has successfully opposed trademark applications relating to a video game competition at the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO).

Graphics do not remove descriptiveness, says EU court

EU, Germany29-05-2018

The EU General Court has said that graphic elements of a trademark do not “divert attention” from the descriptiveness of the mark.

Samsung told to pay Apple $539m for patent infringement

25-05-2018Patent News

Technology company Samsung has been ordered to pay Apple a total of $539 million in a long-running patent dispute.

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