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Baker Botts adds partner to Washington, DC office

US06-02-2019Movers & Shakers

International law firm Baker Botts announced that Michael Sartori has joined the firm’s intellectual property practice as a partner based in the firm’s Washington, DC office.

Harley-Davidson takes on Chinese counterfeiters


Harley-Davidson took unnamed Chinese counterfeiters to court yesterday, as part of the motorcycle manufacturer’s sustained efforts to crack down on fakes.

Photographer names Daily Mail in copyright suit


A New York City-based photographer has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against British newspaper Daily Mail.

Monster Energy loses appeal against pizza eatery trademarks


Monster Energy has lost an appeal against a trademark series applied for by Monsta Pizza, a pop-up eatery.

Shopify tangled up in online payment patent suit


A California-based online payments technology company took a competitor and Canadian e-commerce company Shopify to court late last week.

IPEC praises Trump’s ‘significant efforts’ to protect American IP


Vishal Amin, US Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator, has heaped praise on US President Donald Trump’s approach to promoting and protecting American IP, in a report submitted to Congress.

Skechers wants ruling that its shoe does not infringe Adidas TM


Footwear brand Skechers has asked a US court to declare that one of its shoe styles does not infringe Adidas’s three-stripe trademark.

Abercrombie sues online retailers over counterfeits


American fashion brand Abercrombie & Fitch is suing unnamed defendants for distributing counterfeit clothing items which the company claims infringe its trademarks.

Nike urged to pull Air Max shoes over ‘blasphemous’ logo


Nike is facing pressure to recall one of its shoe brands over anger that the design on the sole of the shoe allegedly resembles “Allah” in Arabic script.

Myanmar passes new trademark and design law


Myanmar’s long-awaited trademark and industrial design bills have been signed into law by Win Myint, the country’s president.

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