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Ban on ‘scandalous’ trademarks is unconstitutional, says Fed Circuit


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled that the Lanham Act’s ban on “scandalous and immoral” trademarks is unconstitutional, in a decision handed down late last week.

US closes IP investigation into Thailand

Thailand, US18-12-2017

Robert Lighthizer, the US Trade Representative, has closed an investigation into Thailand’s IP protection and enforcement after progress was made by the country.

DoJ launches IP enforcement network


The US Department of Justice has launched a network of IP enforcement co-ordinators and deployed specialist prosecutors to address the growing problem of transnational IP crime.

Two men jailed for selling unauthorised Microsoft keys


Two men have been jailed for a combined total of three years and ordered to pay nearly $1.5 million after admitting conspiracy to commit wire fraud and copyright infringement relating to the sale of unauthorised activation keys for Microsoft products.

USPTO to release new patent filing system in 2018


The US Patent and Trademark Office is set to release a new “user friendly” electronic filing system for patent applications in 2018.

KDJLaw makes two appointments

Malaysia15-12-2017Movers & Shakers

Koh Dipendra Jeremiah Law has appointed a partner and an enforcement consultant to its IP and technology practice group in Malaysia.

Four EU General Court rulings from this week and why they matter


This week we reported on four rulings by the EU General Court. Below we explain why they are important.

EU General Court can’t see difference in glasses trademark dispute


The EU General Court has dismissed an appeal from a Cypriot sunglasses manufacturer which had claimed the Fifth Board of Appeal was wrong to say its trademark would be confusing for the Slovenian-speaking public.

Youth sports alliance tackles Xerox with patent suit


An alliance that provides funding for youth sports organisations has tackled printer company Xerox with a patent lawsuit.

Iancu one step closer to USPTO director confirmation


Andrei Iancu is one step closer to being confirmed as head of the US Patent and Trademark Office.

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