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US man imprisoned for selling fake Gucci and Michael Kors goods


A Florida-based man has been sentenced to one year and one day in prison for selling counterfeit goods, including perfume and jewellery.

Apple and Immersion announce global licensing deal


Technology companies Apple and Immersion have reached a global licensing deal as part of a settlement agreement that concludes all litigation between the companies.

EU court rejects Arctic Cat’s “fantasy” feline mark


Sportswear brand Slazenger’s opposition to the registration of a fantasy feline design mark has been upheld by the EU General Court.

Meryl Streep files trademark for her name


Actor Meryl Streep has applied to trademark her name in the US.

Blank Rome hires another Pepper Hamilton partner


Blank Rome has hired another former Pepper Hamilton partner, less than a week after appointing commercial litigator Andrew Fletcher in Pittsburgh.

Honigman hires two IP partners

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Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn has hired two IP partners to join its expanding Grand Rapids, Michigan office.

TiVo IP interview: binge-watching technology and gold rush mentality


“We have something of a gold rush mentality in the entertainment industry, and there’s lots of innovation throughout the entire value chain.”

Kimberly-Clark sued for ‘Soft touch’ TM infringement


An eyewear designer has accused multinational brand Kimberly-Clark of trademark infringement in relation to its safety eyewear collection.

UKIPO upholds American Airlines’ TM opposition


The UK Intellectual Property Office has confirmed its decision to grant a trademark opposition filed by American Airlines.

Van Halen founder sues videographer for releasing rehearsal footage


Eddie Van Halen, a founding member of US-rock band Van Halen, is suing a videographer for copyright infringement after he released rehearsal footage of Van Halen without consent.

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