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Call for more robust online RPMs, Alibabacoin hits back and getting legal advice from a robot: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at a trademark infringement lawsuit involving much-loved US TV sitcom I Love Lucy, the experts calling for more robust rights protection mechanisms, how Alibabacoin is hitting back at the Alibaba lawsuit and how the Smiley trademark owner is targeting the Indian market.
“Flat is the new increase”: Adobe’s J Scott Evans on budget management, trademark risks and the future of WHOIS
J Scott Evans has managed brand rights for a number of high-profile, high-tech companies such as Yahoo! and now Adobe Systems as well as serving as the 2015 president of INTA. As part of our ongoing series of interviews with WTR 300-featured corporate trademark counsel, we spoke to him about his work as director of trademark and advertising law at Adobe Systems, as well his thoughts on the challenges created by budget cuts, the importance of risk management, and the future of the WHOIS database.
Australian trademark law amendments, WHOIS fears, and EUIPO launches anti-counterfeit prize: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look the end of a heated legal dispute over an Icelandic chant, fears increase of future WHOIS access, Major League Soccer confirms it won’t trademark the name of a Los Angeles team rivalry, and the Australian government has published a draft version of an IP law amendment bill.
Kanye trademark battle labelled “fake news”, effective banking brands, and ‘.app’ gTLD sunrise: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at Canada being criticised for how it tackles counterfeits, the USPTO announcing the exhibitors for its upcoming National Trademark Expo event, research into what makes a more effective digital banking brand, and the launch of the ‘.app’ new gTLD.
US Customs head confirmed, Latvia trims WHOIS data and trademark offers Cambridge Analytica clues: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at how a trademark scammer has rebranded, Latvia's plans to cut back on WHOIS data collection, how India’s anti-counterfeiting efforts are under scrutiny and how a trademark may offer clues about the company that has hit headlines across the world Cambridge Analytica.
Plain packaging in New Zealand, JD.com in “counterfeit scandal” and WHOIS future remains uncertain: news round-up
In our latest news round-up, we look at how trademark lawyers must sometimes “take one for the team” in order to protect corporate clients, how the future of WHOIS remains uncertain, US President Donald Trump's interest in $30 billion Chinese tariffs as part of an IP theft crackdown and how New Zealand is implementing plain packaging on tobacco products.
Tesla overtakes rivals in brand value, a Wakanda trademark, and Amazon files anti-counterfeit lawsuits: news round-up
In our latest round-up, we look at Amazon partnering with two brands to file several federal lawsuits against parties accused of selling fake goods, how brands got creative on International Women’s Day, and how the success of Marvel’s Black Panther movie has led to a number of trademark applications.
No Brexit talk between IP offices, Scooby Doo infringement and Syria establishes trademark court: news round-up
In the latest news round-up, we look the latest IP case data from Saudi Arabia, the latest report from the EUIPO on the economic impact of IP infringement, the establishment of a trademark court in Syria and warnings over counterfeit security certificates.
Gleissner activity called “biggest scam in IP history”, Samsung speculation and USPTO love song: news round-up
In today’s news round-up, we look at heavy metal band Iron Maiden pursuing a group of counterfeiters, the significant changes at the top of the new gTLD leaderboard, and a call for a “flexible IP regime” in Africa.
USPTO director makes first public comments, Louboutin dismisses media speculation, and ‘.com’ rises: news round-up
In our latest news round-up we look at the first public comments from the USPTO’s new director, the Japanese government’s partnership with Nigeria to tackle fakes, further details on trademarks after Brexit, and much more.
In our latest news round-up we look at how the Zimbabwe government is hiring a technology company to tackle counterfeit goods, the brands being accused of using “underhand tricks” to fool consumers and a new report looking at the leading Chinese brands.
Scotch Whisky toasts trademark renewal, fake toy epidemic, and IACC looks back on 2017: news round-up
In our latest news round-up we look at the US Senate’s announcement that nominated USPTO director Andrei Iancu will be voted on next week, Costco Korea losing a design infringement suit, ICANN extending its GDPR consideration window, and the retirement of the Swaziland trademark registrar.
In our latest news round-up we look at the European Commission beginning a public consultation for its global counterfeit and piracy watch-list, another new innovation in anti-counterfeiting, a flurry of trademark activity related to the Super Bowl and an initiative by the International Trademark Association which helped homeless people in New York.
Pharma brands warned not to be ‘trademark bullies’, Turkey on top, and world’s oldest mark: news round-up
In our latest news round-up we look at Turkey moving to the top of the European trademark filing league, Activision prevailing in a lawsuit in China, a British football club being mocked for its new logo, and the search for the world’s oldest registered mark. Coverage this time from Tim Lince (TJL), Adam Houldsworth (AH) and Timothy Au (TA).
Escobar ends Netflix feud, F1 logo issues, and brands warned of cryptocurrency cybersquatting: news round-up
In our latest news round-up we look at the significant changes to Vietnam’s IP laws that came into force this week, a Russian state-owned company’s vodka triumph, how the Formula 1 rebrand may have hit a speed bump and a warning to brand owners over cryptocurrency-related cybersquatting.
In our latest news round-up we look at the announcement of a new IP minister in the UK, INTA welcomes its new president, the latest development in the long-running Havana Club dispute, and the Vegas Golden Knights have addressed a trademark opposition by the US Army. Coverage this time from Trevor Little (TL) and Tim Lince (TJL).
Trump's USPTO nominee confirmed, victory for Louboutin, and significant changes at Nigerian IP registry: news round-up
In our latest news round-up we report why Louboutin's red sole mark has been declared ‘well known’ by the Delhi High Court, consider upcoming changes at Nigeria’s registry of Trademarks, Patents and Design, and scrutinise research that reveals the power of colour in brand identity. Coverage this time from Trevor Little (TL), Tim Lince (TJL), and Adam Houldsworth (AH).
EUIPO doubles funding for IPC3, Poundland launches Twin Peaks and Birkenstock clashes with Amazon (again): news round-up
Every Tuesday and Friday World Trademark Review presents a round-up of news, developments and insights from across the trademark sphere. In this edition, we look at the European Parliament’s document on IP issues related to three-dimensional printing, a landmark decision for Manuka honey protection and an IP lawyer calling for an improved IP system in Nigeria.
Plain packaging in Korea, UKIPO’s 12 fake days of Christmas and Bud Light infringer gets Super Bowl invite: news round-up
Every Tuesday and Friday World Trademark Review presents a round-up of news, developments and insights from across the trademark sphere. In this edition, we look at another creative cease and desist, a company’s “secret battle” with North Korea over counterfeit goods and the sharp rise in UK lawyers registering in Ireland in an effort to prepare for Brexit.
Barbie setback, Fiji pledges improved IP environment and Coco a success despite trademark backlash: news round-up
Every Tuesday and Friday World Trademark Review presents a round-up of news, developments and insights from across the trademark sphere. In this edition, we look at how Mattel is facing a trademark opposition setback in Japan, how domain name growth has slowed due to a drop in new generic top-level domains and how a pop superstar identified counterfeits of her own merchandise being sold, which led to the arrest of her uncle.
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