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.
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- 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
News from Taylor Wessing
News from The Lawyer
Briefings from Taylor Wessing
A recent survey of sales and marketing executives at large pharmaceutical companies shows that one in four interactions with doctors, healthcare providers and patients in the US is now digital.
The existing technology transfer block exemption is to expire on 30 April 2014. It will be replaced by a new regulation, the period of consultation for which ended on 17 May 2013.
Analysis from The Lawyer
Financial disputes are starting to dominate the English courts as the long-awaited fallout from the downturn finally comes to town
A single patent court system for Europe and the high-profile ‘phone wars’ are putting IP at the heart of clients’ business strategies