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Proposals in the European Commission’s Brexit withdrawal agreement could cause confusion in some IP areas, lawyers have told WIPR.
Whiskey maker The Wild Geese has accused Bacardi of spying on it, in the latest development of a trademark infringement dispute.
The reputation of Adidas’s ‘three-stripe’ trademark has prevailed for a second time against a Belgian shoe company at the EU General Court.
Alphabet-owned Google is allegedly infringing six patents relating to Siri, Apple’s famous voice assistant technology, according to a lawsuit served by a licensing company earlier this week.
More than 30% of customs’ counterfeit seizures in Europe take place on the German border, according to Klaus Hoffmeister of Germany’s central customs unit for IP.
“We need to take action now to counter the new beast” that is 3D printing, according to Nick Kounoupias, founder of Kounoupias IP, a UK based consultancy provider.
It is “very important” for in-house IP lawyers at fashion brands to maintain a good relationship with the designers, according to James Sweeting, senior IP counsel at Superdry.
The EU General Court has ruled in favour of a German individual’s invalidity appeal against a Community design for a mobile phone case.
Barnes & Thornburg has strengthened its Chicago office with the addition of an IP partner.
The owner of the Rubik’s Cube is taking on a US-based company that is allegedly using the puzzle’s trademarks in tutorial videos.
Chofn Intellectual Property China
SULIMA-GRABOWSKA-SIERZPUTOWSKA Patent and Trademark Attorneys Poland
Patpol – European and Polish Patent Attorneys Poland
Johansson & Langlois Chile
Spoor & Fisher South Africa
Appleyard Lees United Kingdom
Caribbean Trademark Services - Law Office of George C. J. Moore PA Caribbean
Fenix Legal KB Sweden
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