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TTAB upholds ‘Mott’s’ trademark rejection


Trademark appeal judges at the US Patent and Trademark Office have upheld a decision that ‘Mott’s’ cannot be trademarked because it is “merely a surname”.

Patents covering IVF test spark row


Members of the scientific community have blasted Stanford University and US biotechnology company Auxogyn for their involvement in patenting a test designed to increase the success of in vitro fertilisation (IVF).

LCD among prized inventions at EPO awards


The inventor of the world’s first flat-panel liquid crystal display, Martin Schadt, was among a number of winners at the European Patent Office’s European Inventor Award 2013.

Vermont targets patent trolls with new legislation


The US state of Vermont has passed an act aimed at reducing “bad faith” patent infringement claims, in what is believed to be the first anti-patent troll US legislation.

Burt announced as CIPA’s new president

28-05-2013Movers & Shakers

Roger Burt was formally elected president of the Charted Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA) on May 22.

Marks & Clerk tops CTM filings


Marks & Clerk LLP filed more Community trademark applications than any other law firm or IP owner last year, according to an industry report.

Ritter’s appeal dismissed in 3D mark dispute


The German Supreme Court has refused confectioner Ritter’s appeal against a decision that one of Kraft Foods’ Milka chocolate bars does not infringe its 3D trademark.

LSI loses ‘sue first, negotiate second’ RAND case


US electronics company LSI breached its contract to license standards-essential patents by suing chip-maker Realtek before offering it a licensing deal, a court has ruled.

UK Supreme Court delivers rare trade secret ruling


The UK Supreme Court on Wednesday cleared Trine Sig, a former employee of an insecticidal net-maker, of breaching trade secret laws when she set up a rival company.

Lawyers react to Interflora decision


Lawyers poring over the UK High Court’s ruling in Interflora v Marks & Spencer say the advertising keyword dispute is important but won’t have wide-ranging implications.

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