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USPTO asks Supreme Court to review ‘scandalous’ trademarks case

US10-09-2018Trademarks News

The US Patent and Trademark Office has asked the Supreme Court to review a ruling that opened the door to registration of “scandalous and immoral” trademarks.

Apple’s ‘Banana’ TM oppositions lapse

US07-09-2018Trademarks News

Apple has seemingly dropped its oppositions against two trademark applications by an online computer retailer, according to European Union Intellectual Property Office decisions.

CJEU clarifies distinctive trademark use requirements


The Court of Justice of the European Union has dismissed an Italian branding company’s trademark appeal, finding that proof of distinctive character in four member states of the EU is not sufficient to ensure a mark’s registration.

UKIPO puts a lid on tea trademark dispute


The UK Intellectual Property Office has dismissed a trademark opposition in a wider dispute which has been brewing between two luxury tea companies.

Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie promotes IP tech lawyer to partner

Scotland, UK07-09-2018Movers & Shakers

Scotland-based Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie has promoted IP technology lawyer Martin O’Neill to partner.

USPTO to introduce ‘safer’ login

US07-09-2018Patent News

The US Patent and Trademark Office announced yesterday that users of the Electronic Filing System-Web and the Private Patent Application Information Retrieval (PAIR) System will need to use a “new, safer, and simpler” login.

CJEU dismisses TM appeal over German castle name

EU, Germany06-09-2018Trademarks News

The Court of Justice of the European Union has dismissed a trademark appeal made by a German souvenir federation over the name of a German castle.

Prince’s estate takes on European network over ‘bootleg’ music

US06-09-2018Copyright News, Trademarks News

The estate of late singer Prince has taken on several European individuals for allegedly selling the musician’s material without permission.

USITC agrees to review Motorola dispute after Hytera petition


Hytera received good news this week when the US International Trade Commission (ITC) agreed to review in-part a final initial determination that had gone in favour of Motorola Solutions, amid a global war between the two companies.

Nasdaq patent review dropped, but court clash continues


Electronic stock exchange Nasdaq and a competitor have settled a dispute over a trading technology patent, prompting the US Patent and Trademark Office to dismiss a review of US patent number 7,599,875.

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