Brands Update — spring 2013
This issue of Taylor Wessing’s Brands Update contains recent important cases from the UK, French, German and Community tribunals on registrability of trade marks and infringement.
- Discovery make history (well, sort of…)
- Climbing every mountain
- The Board of Appeal gives Kit Kat a break
- AdWords again
- Spelling it out
- Omega counting time
- Interflora v M&S: latest developments
- Spanish copyright in Tony Montana cancels CTM registration
- Revive another’s old brand at your peril
- Can can (not)
- The latest drama for Royal Shakespeare
- Hotel Cipriani — the saga continues
- What registered trade marks are you using?
- Customs Regulation update
- Metro hits gold
- Fit for purpose
- Pelikan crossing
- Gigabyte more than it could chew!
- Registered trade mark is no defence
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