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IP Snapshot - October 2012
Bringing you regular news of key developments in intellectual property law.
UK
5 Nov 2012
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IP Snapshot - September 2012
Bringing you regular news of key developments in intellectual property law.
UK
24 Sep 2012
3
IP Snapshot - July 2012
The CJEU has ruled on the questions referred to it following the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorney's appeal against the refusal to allow its registration of "IP TRANSLATOR" in relation to Class 41 of the Nice Classification.
UK
26 Jul 2012
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Good News For Brand Owners As Sun Sets On Euro-Defences
In a long awaited decision, the Supreme Court has refused to allow a parallel trader to rely on so-called "Euro-defences" against a trade mark infringement claim.
UK
12 Jul 2012
5
IP Snapshot June 2012
Bringing you regular news of key developments in intellectual property law.
UK
29 Jun 2012
6
Dilution Revisited: General Court Cries Wolf
The EU General Court has ruled that demonstrating detriment to a trade mark’s distinctive character does not require proof of a change in economic behaviour of the average consumer of the goods or services for which the mark is registered.
UK
6 Jun 2012
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IP Snapshot May 2012
Bringing you regular news of key developments in intellectual property law.
UK
6 Jun 2012
8
IP Snapshot - April 2012
Bringing you regular news of key developments in intellectual property law.
UK
4 May 2012
9
IP Snapshot March 2012
The Court of Appeal has partially overturned a decision of the High Court, finding that a marketing campaign by Asda, targeted at customers of Specsavers, infringed Specsavers' word and logo marks.
UK
13 Apr 2012
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CJEU Takes Red Bull By The Horns
The Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") has handed down its Judgment in Case C-119/10 Frisdranken Industrie Winters BV v Red Bull GmbH.
UK
19 Jan 2012
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IP Snapshot
Advocate General Bot has issued his opinion regarding the scope of protection conferred by copyright on computer programs in Case C-406/10 SAS Institute Inc v World Programming Ltd, a referral from the High Court.
UK
6 Jan 2012
12
Class Headings Lost In Translation
The Advocate General of the CJEU has indicated that the long established practice at OHIM to accept CTM applications on the basis of class headings is potentially illegitimate, which could significantly impact a large number of existing CTMs in all aspects, from enforcement and oppositions to invalidity and revocation proceedings.
Worldwide
16 Dec 2011
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Dyson With Disaster: CA Holds Registered Design For Vacuum Cleaner Not Infringed
The Court of Appeal (CA) has delivered its judgment in Dyson Limited v Vax Limited, a case concerning a UK registered design for a cyclonic vacuum cleaner.
UK
14 Nov 2011
14
IP Snapshot - September 2011
Bringing you regular news of key developments in intellectual property law.
UK
6 Oct 2011
15
Taking The St Michael? The CJEU Decision In Interflora v M&S
Marks & Spencer will be concerned that a finding of infringement may be the outcome when Interflora’s claim against M&S for infringement of Interflora’s mark INTERFLORA, used by M&S as a Google Adword, returns to the High Court following the CJEU decision handed down on 22 September.
European Union
4 Oct 2011
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IP Snapshot: August 2011
Martin Lewis, the founder and operator of the website "moneysavingexpert.com", has been awarded summary judgment in a claim where he alleged that the defendant, Client Collection Limited ("CCL"), who ran a telephone-based claims management service operating under the name of "Money Claiming Experts", was infringing his UK registered trade marks for "Money Saving Expert" under sections 10(1), 10(2) and 10(3) of the Trade Marks Act 1994.
European Union
5 Sep 2011
17
Protect Your Brand Against Registering As .XXX Domain
Registration of .XXX top-level domains, specifically for adult-oriented websites, will be launched on 7 September 2011.
UK
23 Aug 2011
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IP Snapshot July 2011
The General Court of the European Union rejected the applicants’ appeal against the First Board of Appeal’s decision refusing an application for registration of the word mark "TDI" as a CTM.
UK
1 Aug 2011
19
Edwin Or Lose: Prior Rights In Personal Names
The Italian fashion designer Elio Fiorucci enjoyed victory at last when the Court of Justice of the European Union confirmed that, where national law permits, an individual can prevent the use of his name as a Community trade mark even if that name has already been commercially exploited.
European Union
25 Jul 2011
20
L'Oreal v eBay: Online Marketplaces And Trade Mark Infringement By Their Users
Online marketplaces, such as eBay, enable users to advertise for sale a vast range of products. Some of those products (such as counterfeits and certain parallel imports) inevitably infringe the trade marks of brand holders.
UK
20 Jul 2011
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