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O2 stops ‘Indigo Blue’ TM registration at UKIPO


Telecommunications provider O2 has been successful in its bid to stop a UK-based record label from registering a trademark.

Adidas seeks shut down of counterfeit sites


German sportswear manufacturer Adidas and its subsidiary Reebok have taken legal action against numerous domain names over the sale of counterfeit goods.

Music piracy driven by 17m stream-rippers in 2018: report


There were 17 million stream-rippers in the US during 2018, up two million from 15 million in 2017, according to a new study by market research and industry analysis firm MusicWatch.

US senators release draft bill to reform section 101


US senators have released a draft bill to reform section 101, one of the most debated sections of the country’s Patent Act.

US Copyright Office approves two NBA logos, but denies another


The Review Board of the US Copyright Office yesterday, May 30, approved the registration of two logo designs for basketball teams the Detroit Pistons and the Lakeland Magic, after an appeal from the National Basketball Association.

English court imposes prison sentence in Juul TM case


The English High Court has sentenced a man to two months in prison after he failed to comply with a court order in a trademark infringement and passing off action involving vape manufacturer Juul Labs.

Japanese court backs Nintendo in ‘Mario Kart’ dispute


A Japanese court has found in favour of Nintendo in trademark litigation brought by the video game maker against a “Mario Kart”-inspired go-karting rental company.

Partial victory for Aldi at top Irish court


The Irish Supreme Court has delivered a mixed verdict in a trademark infringement suit brought by German supermarket Aldi against Irish competitor Dunnes Stores.

DoJ charges wholesaler in $20m counterfeit army gear conspiracy


The US Department of Justice has charged an individual with conspiracy to manufacture and sell counterfeit clothing and other goods to the US military and government.

University of New Mexico nonprofit takes Samsung to court


A research nonprofit organisation has accused South-Korea based Samsung Electronics and three of its subsidiaries of infringing its patent-protected semiconductor technology.

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