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Nike scores victory for its ‘SNKRS’ app mark

01-08-2023Sarah Speight

Appeals board finds that Nike's ‘SNKRS’ online brand is distinctive and familiar with consumers | Nike cites more than 10 million orders placed through the app since 2019.

UK’s Lords urge IP Minister to tackle AI regulation

UK31-07-2023Marisa Woutersen

House of Lords asks Viscount Camrose for an update on “important discussions” during debate over risks of the technology | Members propose creation of an AI department in the style of ARIA | Risks to copyrights, actors, and issue of AI inventorship raised.

Global Law Office adds IP partner in China

China31-07-2023Movers & ShakersSarah Speight

Wendy Wu, who joins as a partner at the Shanghai office, brings more than 20 years of IP expertise.

’Trump too small’ TM must be refused, says USPTO

28-07-2023Muireann Bolger

US agency claims that applied for mark contravenes Lanham Act | Federal Circuit says barring slogan’s registration conflicts with free speech.

Prada scents victory at EU court in perfume TM clash

EU28-07-2023Muireann Bolger

Fashion house’s earlier marks deemed broad enough to cover relevant goods of any geographic or ethnic origin | General Court underscores independence of the EU trademark regime from national laws.

Apple sued over AI technology in AirTags

27-07-2023Liz Hockley

Texas-based company claims Apple infringed artificial intelligence patent | Dispute concerns tracking device that connects with products including the iPhone and iPad.

Snapchat owner hit with lawsuit over platform system

27-07-2023Muireann Bolger

Dispute involves three patents that allegedly solved a technical problem over how to create new media content | Snapchat app has millions of users, and is especially favoured by Generation Z.

Nokia wins UK 'willingness trial' in FRAND showdown

UK26-07-2023Muireann Bolger

Decision marks latest leg of long-running patent war with Chinese rival | Opponent faces a choice between a licensing agreement or an injunction.

EPO launches Unitary Patent dashboard revealing daily take-up figures

EU25-07-2023Liz Hockley

Interactive statistics chart shows more than 5,000 requests for unitary effect | Data can be filtered by country, language and technology sector.

Google told to pay nearly $340m in Chromecast dispute

24-07-2023Muireann Bolger

The case involves technology allowing for the ‘casting’ of video-finding content on one screen and watching it on another | Tech first developed for community college e-learning courses more than a decade ago.

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