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Calculator company can’t count on General Court in TM dispute

Czech Republic, EU17-10-2017

The General Court has backed the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) in dismissing an opposition filed by Moravia Consulting against a calculator trademark, despite claims Moravia had used the same mark in the Czech Republic.

Bad luck for counterfeiters on Friday 13


UK authorities have seized counterfeit clothing worth more than £2 million ($2.7 million) in a raid on Manchester’s so-called ‘counterfeit street’.

IP licensing director leaves BlackBerry

US16-10-2017Movers & Shakers

Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry has lost one of its patent licensing directors who was tasked with monetising the company’s IP.

Facebook and Instagram receive enforcement letters over app technology


Telecoms company UnitedCorp has claimed that features on Facebook and Instagram that allow users to reveal their location infringe technology it owns covering a newly released smartphone app.

AIPPI 2017: Warner Bros exec talks safe harbours and infringers

Australia, International, Latvia16-10-2017

When illegal downloaders first appeared, the music industry’s initial response of suing infringers was unsuccessful, according to a Warner Bros executive.

Qualcomm seeks to ban iPhone sales in China


Qualcomm has expanded its legal dispute with Apple by filing patent infringement lawsuits in China that seek to ban iPhone sales in the country.

AIPPI 2017: Business as usual for trade secrets litigation, claims Australian judge


There has not been an uptick in the number of trade secrets cases filed in Australia, despite growing awareness of the form of protection, according to Justice David Yates of the Federal Court of Australia.

AIPPI 2017: Panel hears about ‘fishy’ pay-for-delay cases

Australia, EU, International16-10-2017

"We didn’t do these cases because we’re against IP rights, but what we saw is, if you pay very substantial amounts of money to people in order for them not to go onto the market, it’s a bit fishy.”

Škoda enjoined from selling its ‘Monte Carlo’ car in India


Czech car manufacturer Škoda has been restrained from using the ‘Monte Carlo’ name in India following a trademark infringement case brought by a Monaco-based fashion company.

Patent lawsuits flock from Texas to Delaware after TC Heartland


More patent cases were filed in Delaware than in Eastern Texas in the third quarter of 2017, with the US Supreme Court’s TC Heartland ruling appearing to take its toll on the traditionally popular jurisdiction.

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