The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has published research assessing how a range of major online platforms treat trademark complaints. While the overall results were positive, the picture remains incomplete and – absent additional data – means that the trademark bullying narrative continues. The EFF is a non-profit organisation dedicated to defending civil liberties in the...
A federal complaint filed by an app developer against Google focuses on the whack-a-mole phenomenon as it relates to trademark infringement in the app store environment. New York-based attorney Michael A. Freeman, who is representing the app developer, tells World Trademark Review that more needs to be done when operators are aware of repeated trademark infringements related to a particular...
OHIM has announced that the fast-track processing of Community trademark applications (CTMs) will be available from November 24. On that day, whether choosing fast track or the regular route to publication, a change that applies to all CTM applicants will also take place. OHIM’s current ‘fast-track’ design option allows for registration of Community designs within two...
The United States maintains various economic sanctions around the world, which can directly affect rights holders. Rights holders may also be affected when they do business with Arab League countries that maintain the boycott against Israel.
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An app developer is suing Google for issues relating to how it deals with trademark infringements on Google Play. http://t.co/ACCJRaVlRc
OHIM has announced the go-live date for fast-track CTM and a tougher stance on payments. http://t.co/C6tXfLRa85
The @EFF has published new research assessing how a range of major online platforms treat trademark complaints. http://t.co/p0O7TXpajU