The WIPR news quiz - 29/03/19
This week Sony filed a petition to cancel a trademark owned by DC Comics and a number of European parliament members accidentally voted the wrong way on a key amendment. Were you paying attention?
This week, voting records revealed that a number of European parliament members accidentally voted the wrong way on a key amendment to the European Copyright Directive. How many members did not vote as they intended to?
Sony filed a petition to cancel a trademark owned by DC Comics. Which of DC’s comic book series did the trademark cover?
How much did the European Commission fine Nike after an antitrust investigation found that it banned traders from selling licensed merchandise to countries within the EEA?
Which US airport was named in a trademark infringement and false advertising complaint this week?
British carmaker Jaguar Land Rover won a landmark case against a Chinese company selling a copycat version of which of its car models?
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