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Supermac's Takes Another Bite Out Of The Big Mc.
In the latest instalment of the ongoing trade mark dispute between Irish restaurant chain Supermac's and fast-food giant McDonald's, Supermac's has succeeded in partially revoking an EU Trade Mark
European Union
5 Sep 2019
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Premier League Piracy Predicament Keeps Us ‘Hooked'
Premier League football continues to be a desirable product that, over the next three years, will attract roughly £9.35billion in TV broadcast revenue
UK
23 Aug 2019
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Konami Juventus And The Licensing Of IP For Use In Sports Video Game Content
As has been widely reported, Konami have recently announced a major deal in the football licensing battle by entering into an agreement with Italian football giants, Juventus FC, to secure the exclusive right to use Juventus' IP within eFootball PES 2020.
UK
1 Aug 2019
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Motion Marks - The New Moving Trademarks And Guidance For Non-Traditional Trade Mark Applicants
The UK Intellectual Property Office has recently granted the first multimedia moving trade mark following a change in the requirements for non-traditional trade mark applications under the 2015 Trade Marks Directive.
UK
24 Jul 2019
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High Court "Pitching In" With New Guidance On The Use Of Interim Injunctions In Copyright Infringement Case
The case concerned an application by the claimant, Happy Camper Productions Ltd, for an interim injunction to restrain the Defendant, the BBC, from broadcasting a comedy drama called "Pitching In".
Bahrain
27 May 2019
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Can You Be More Specific?
It's been over a year since the High Court's decision in Sky plc v SkyKick UK Ltd [2018] EWHC 155 (Ch) where important questions on trade mark issues relating to bad faith (for filing with no intention to use) and clarity of specifications were referred to the CJEU.
Bahrain
6 May 2019
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No-Deal Brexit – Implications For Broadcasters
The government recently published the Broadcasting (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 (the "Regulations"), which will come into force in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
UK
26 Feb 2019
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