Everything we covered on WTR over the last seven days – and all you need to know from the world of trademarks to set yourself up for the start of another busy week.
A Circuit Court has held that judges can impose both compensatory damages for the loss suffered and punitive damages based on the ‘40% rule’ under Article 221bis of the Mexican Industrial Property Law.
WTR is pleased to unveil the speaking faculty for Brand Protection Online Europe, taking place in London on 14 October 2019. Among the latest names revealed are experts from Daniel Wellington, Dyson, PayPal, Superdry and Tommy Hilfiger.
The international rules on ambush marketing and promotional activities surrounding sports events present a complex maze for counsel to navigate
The World Trade Organisation’s panel report in the cases brought against Australia’s plain packaging regime is difficult reading – and some of its key arguments are without merit.
British American Tobacco's acquisition of Reynolds American is the highest ever recorded brand acquisition, and highlights the critical commercial importance of the work undertaken by trademark practitioners.
A Norwegian court has issued a surprising decision regarding what constitutes ‘trademark use’ in a case involving a shipment of Apple iPhone screens that had their trademarks temporarily covered.
A Chinese court has found that the registered trademark 了M, as used by its owner, did not constitute "standard use" of the registered trademark and infringed 3M Company’s registered trademark 3M.