UKIPO sides with Amazon in software trademark opposition
Amazon successfully opposes ‘Firefly’ mark at UKIPO
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The UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has invalidated a registered trademark, following a dispute between rival electronic companies which operate online businesses on Amazon, in a decision handed down on September 29.
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