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Juventus awarded costs after TM opponent withdraws

19-04-2018Trademarks News

Italy-based Juventus Football Club have been awarded £5,660 in a trademark dispute after the opponent withdrew its case too late.

USPTO trying to cut patent pendency, says Andrei Iancu

19-04-2018Patent News

The US Patent and Trademark Office has outlined targets to reduce the time it takes to process patent applications, Andrei Iancu, director of the USPTO, has said.

Tattoo artist takes aim at WWE and video game maker


A tattoo artist has taken aim at World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and video game maker Take-Two Interactive Software in a copyright infringement suit.

EUIPO must re-examine KitKat shape, says AG

EU, EU - TRADEMARKS19-04-2018

An advocate-general at the Court of Justice of the European Union has said that the European Union Intellectual Property Office must re-examine whether Nestlé’s four-finger KitKat shape may be maintained as an EU trademark.

Robins Kaplan hires IP litigators

19-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Robins Kaplan has expanded its Boston office with the addition of Stephen Wald as a partner in the firm’s business litigation practice group.

Self-help group leader must pay Microsoft attorneys’ fees


Keith Raniere, the leader of a self-help group in the US, has been told he must pay telecoms company AT&T and Microsoft nearly $450,000 of attorneys’ fees and costs in a patent dispute.

Barbershop accuses LeBron James of TM infringement


A barbershop in Detroit has accused LeBron James and his multimedia platform Uninterrupted of trademark infringement, in a complaint that said the basketball star “stole” the shop’s concept for a web series.

LAPD seizes counterfeit cosmetics containing human faeces


Earlier this week the Los Angeles Police Department seized $700,000 worth of counterfeit cosmetics containing bacteria and faeces in LA’s fashion district.

Michael Best hires Merchant & Gould litigator

18-04-2018Movers & Shakers

Michael Best & Friedrich has expanded its litigation practice group with the addition of Shane Brunner as partner. 

More manpower required to deal with cases: EPO Boards of Appeal


Significantly more manpower will be necessary in the coming years to ensure the proper functioning of the European Patent Office’s (EPO) appeal system, a report has said.

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