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Substantive Review Of The Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy Is Under Way
The UDRP is to be reviewed in the overall context of a broader review of all rights protection mechanisms.
Ireland
30 Aug 2016
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ECJ Considers Test For Assessing Likelihood Of Confusion With Family Of Trademarks
This dispute arose from an application filed on April 3 2009 by Ibercosmetica SA de CV for registration of the word mark SÔ: UNIC as a Community trademark (CTM) for goods in Class 3 of the Nice Classification.
European Union
15 Dec 2015
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The Push To Harmonise European IP Laws Gathers Momentum
The push to harmonise both the substantive and procedural aspects of European intellectual property laws and to create pan-European rights gathers ever-increasing momentum.
European Union
24 Jul 2015
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European Union General Court Judgment Issued In Community Trademark Dispute Case
On June 4 2015 the General Court issued its judgment in Stayer Iberica SA v Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market (Case T-254/13).
European Union
23 Jul 2015
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eBay Obtains Transfer Of Thousands Of Domain Names Under UDRP
In eBay Inc v Du Hongxia (Case No D2014-2015), eBay has succeeded in securing the transfer to it of thousands of domain names comprising the well-known EBAY trademark, followed by a number and the generic '.com' or '.net' top-level domain identifiers (eg, 'ebay002.com')
Ireland
3 Mar 2015
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Intellectual Property Group December Newsletter
Another very active year in the Inetllectual Property (IP) world is drawing to a close and the range of ongoing initiatives and concerns being raised at a local and European level is unprecedented.
Ireland
2 Jan 2015
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Internet Users Breathe A Sigh Of Relief As European Court Rules That Internet Browsing Does Not Infringe Copyright
If you are reading this on an internet browser you may be relieved to know that you are not infringing copyright law.
Ireland
1 Sep 2014
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How Much Profit Is An Account Of Profit For Passing Off? Not All Profit, Says High Court
The Irish High Court has reviewed the approaches to awarding an account of profit when a defendant is found liable for passing off.
Ireland
30 Jul 2014
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General Court Considers Community Equivalent Of US ‘Morehouse Defence’
In Argo Group International Holdings Ltd v Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market, the General Court has upheld the decision of the Second Board of Appeal of OHIM.
European Union
15 Jul 2014
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Amazon Successfully Defends Community Objection Against Application For ‘.Amazon’
In Professor Pellet, Independent Objector (France) v Amazon EU SÁRL (Luxembourg), Amazon has successfully defended a community-based challenge by an independent objector to its application for the new generic top-level domain (gTLD) name '.amazon' (and the Japanese and Chinese equivalents).
Ireland
28 Mar 2014
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Advocate General Defends General Court’s Right To Make Own Investigations
In National Lottery Commission v Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market (OHIM) (Case T-404/10, September 13 2012), the General Court had applied national legislation not specifically argued by the parties in order to decide the case. OHIM had appealed the decision.
Ireland
16 Jan 2014
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Verbal Element Of Composite Mark Is Not Necessarily Dominant Component
A discussion on a recent case where the General Court has upheld the decision of the Fourth Board of Appeal of OHIM that there was no likelihood of confusion between the word mark JULIUS K9 and earlier figurative marks comprising the component 'K9'.
Ireland
16 Jul 2013
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Matheson Intellectual Property Update - Pirate Bay Block In Ireland
The Irish recording industry successfully obtained an order from the Commercial Court on 12 June 2013 compelling a number of Internet service providers to block subscriber access to The Pirate Bay.
Ireland
20 Jun 2013
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Reconditioning Consumer Products
In a recent case, the UK Supreme Court issued a decision which will be of significance to the providers of replacement parts of consumer goods.
Ireland
28 May 2013
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A Fast Moving Target - The New gTLD "Go Live" Date
Although the Trade Mark Clearing House is now open for registration of trade mark holders’ rights, the proposed 23 April date for the commencement of contracting with the first successfully examined gTLD applicants was not met and this process will now begin in June.
Ireland
28 May 2013
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Kit Kat 3D Mark Gets Its Big Break
In Société des Produits Nestlé SA v Cadbury Holdings Ltd, the Second Board of Appeal of the Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market has overturned a decision of the Cancellation Division.
Ireland
11 Apr 2013
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The New gTLD Trademark Clearinghouse Opens
The Internet Corporation For Assigned Names and Numbers anticipates making the first of around 1900 new gTLDs available in mid-2013.
Ireland
12 Mar 2013
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Anarchy Or Revolution? Cybersquatting Under The New gTLD Regime
With the ever increasing level of smartphone penetration, the development of mobile e-commerce and the ubiquity of the internet's role in daily life, this new phase of internet development has the potential to change user behaviour forever and start a tradermark owner revolution.
Ireland
18 Jan 2013
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A New European Patent System Is Born
On 11 December the European Parliament finally approved the Unitary Patent Regulation, a language proposal and a plan for a Unified European Patent Court.
Ireland
15 Jan 2013
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General Court Takes 'Cosmopolitan' View On Confusing Similarity
In Hearst Communications Inc v Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market (OHIM), the General Court has upheld a decision of the Board of Appeal of OHIM in which the latter had found that there was nolikelihood of confusion between the word mark COSMOBELLEZA and the earlier COSMOPOLITAN marks.
Ireland
10 Sep 2012
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