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05 February 2018

General Court confirms that DUAL EDGE is descriptive for Class 9 goods

In LG Electronics, Inc v EUIPO, the General Court has confirmed that DUAL EDGE is descriptive and lacks distinctive character for mobile phones and related goods.

01 February 2018

TTAB grants motion for summary judgment as to fraud counterclaim

In Kastle Systems v Lee Strategy Group, the TTAB has granted the opponent’s motion for summary judgment, dismissing the applicant's fraud counterclaim.

24 January 2018

ECJ overturns outsourcing procurement by EUIPO

The ECJ has overturned an outsourcing procurement by the EUIPO, although the latter avoided having to pay damages to a disappointed bidder.

12 February 2018

UDRP panel finds RDNH; complainants should disclose all prior dealings with respondent

A UDRP panel has denied the transfer of ‘modz.com’ to the owner of the mark MODZ, and also made a finding of reverse domain name hijacking for failure to disclose prior communications with the respondent. 

05 March 2018

Sky v Skykick headed to ECJ on breadth of registrations; answers will be significant for all brand owners

The High Court in Sky plc v SkyKick UK Limited will refer five questions to the ECJ on trademark issues relating to bad faith (for filing with no intention to use) and clarity issues with trademark specifications. 

03 October 2017

Apple fails in its opposition to MI PAD

Apple Inc opposed Xiaomi Singapore Pte Ltd's application to register the trademark MI PAD in Classes 9 and 38. The registrar examined the application pursuant to the Trademarks Act, finding that the mark was aurally and visually dissimilar to Apple’s IPAD mark and that there was no likelihood of confusion.

29 November 2017

Claranet loses appeal in EU General Court

The EU General Court has upheld an EUIPO Board of Appeal decision which found a likelihood of confusion between the marks CLARANET and CLARO.

23 February 2017

Federal Circuit instructs TTAB to revisit software services as evidence of use

In In re JobDiva Inc, the Federal Circuit has reviewed the extent to which certain services can be rendered through related computer software services. The court examined whether the trademark owner used its marks in commerce in connection with “personnel placement and recruitment services”, or whether it had failed to use the marks in connection with services because its use was only in connection with software offerings.