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The dispute between Interflora and Marks & Spencer has taken yet another twist.
The dispute in IPC Media Ltd v Media 10 Ltd concerned the mark ‘Ideal Home’.
The EU General Court has upheld the registration of the shape of the ‘Rubik’s Cube’ as a trademark.
The EU General Court has dismissed appeals against OHIM’s dismissal of opposition to registration of the figurative mark LOVOL.
The term of copyright protection for literary, dramatic and musical works is the creator’s life plus 70 years.
Stretchline applied to strike out parts of a defence filed by the retailer, H&M, to a patent infringement claim.
Under section 20 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 it is primary infringement of copyright to communicate a copyrighted work to the public without the owner’s consent.
New copyright regulations came into force in the UK on 1 October 2014.
An application for a website-blocking order has been granted against an internet service provider in order to prevent trademark infringement.
From 1 October 2014, the UK Intellectual Property Office (UK IPO) has the power to revoke a patent of its own initiative.
The Community Trade Mark Regulation prohibits registration of trademarks that are devoid of distinctive character.
In Comic Enterprises v Twentieth Century Fox Film, the High Court ruled that the TV show infringed the figurative mark of a UK comedy club.
The media has reported that the Premier League is intending to clamp down on the unauthorised uploading of clips from televised football matches.
An application for registration of the name CANARY WHARF by Canary Wharf Group as a trademark has been refused.
The Court of Appeal has upheld a summary judgment on an application for a declaration of non-infringement of patent.
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The design in issue in Cezar v OHIM was for a skirting board duct.
The Company Names Tribunal was set up to adjudicate disputes arising under section 69(1) of the Companies Act 2006.
Intellectual property disputes involving retailers and fashion are all too common; another one to have troubled the courts in recent months is Thomas Pink v Victoria’s Secret UK.
In Biscuits Poult SAS v OHIM, the applicant for invalidity challenged the registration on the basis that the design in question was not new and lacked individual character.
A Hamburg court has upheld findings that the distribution of certain models of jeans would infringe Levi Strauss’s trademark rights in the stitching pattern on the back pockets of its jeans.