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Alexa, ‘What's The Impact Of AI On Trademark Law?'
While the theory around artificial intelligence generates a lot of interest, particularly for trademark specialists
UK
28 Jun 2019
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EU Commission Paper On IP And Brexit
The European Commission Brexit Task Force has published its Position Paper on IP rights and Brexit.
UK
5 Apr 2018
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Interflora Wins Trade Mark Case Against Marks & Spencer
The High Court has ruled that Marks and Spencer’s use of "Interflora" on Google’s AdWords advertising service is an infringement of Interflora’s trade mark.
UK
15 Jul 2013
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Interflora Adword Decision
The Court of Justice of the European Union (‘the Court of Justice’) handed down its keenly anticipated decision on the use of trade marks in keyword advertising campaigns on the 22nd September 2011.
UK
3 Oct 2011
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LOCOG To Police Keyword Bidding In Run Up To London 2012
The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games ("LOCOG") recently announced that it intends to actively police online keyword bidding on protected Olympic terms in the run up to the Olympic Games in London next year.
UK
8 Aug 2011
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The Interflora Opinion – Some Cheer For Brand Owners
On the 24th March 2011, the Advocate General published his Opinion in Interflora Inc and Interflora British Unit v Marks & Spencer plc and Flowers Direct Online Limited. This is a reference to the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) for a preliminary ruling from the UK High Court of Justice.
UK
7 Apr 2011
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Google Relaxes Adword Policy In Europe
Following a series of recent judgments by the European Court of Justice on the issue of the use of trade marks in keywords, Google has announced a relaxation of its policy on the purchasing of trade marks in its own Adwords keyword advertising system bringing its European practice much more into line with that which it applies in the United States.
European Union
6 Aug 2010
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What Is Genuine Use Of A CTM? - The OMEL/ONEL Case In The Benelux
A recent decision of the Benelux Intellectual Property Office in the OMEL/ONEL case could have profound consequences for the owners of CTMs.
UK
24 Feb 2010
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