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Too many cooks… 'Fit Kitchen' trade mark infringed

Topic: IP 11.08.2020 Read more
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British Gymnastics lands well in trade mark infringement proceedings

Topic: IP 29.07.2020 Read more
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Sega’s early win against Man Utd in Football Manager trade mark case

Topic: IP 27.07.2020 Read more
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Reproduction of infringing content online: who's liable?

Topic: IP 21.07.2020 Read more
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All change! No extension means major changes for IP rights holders from 1 January 2021

Topic: IP 02.07.2020 Read more
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No hugs or kisses from the General Court

Topic: IP 29.06.2020 Read more
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Wheely good news for product designers?

Topic: IP 17.06.2020 Read more
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Luxury and online marketplaces - the next chapter (Coty v Amazon)

Topic: IP

Published by Ciara Cullen, Partner and more.

On 2 April 2020, the CJEU ruled that storing infringing goods on behalf of a third-party seller, without knowing that those goods infringe trade mark rights does not constitute infringement, provided that the storing party does not pursue the aim of offering the goods for sale or putting them on the market.

01.06.2020 Read more
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Landmark case sees trade mark specifications cut down on grounds of bad faith.

Topic: IP 29.04.2020 Read more
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COVID-19 prompts changes to working arrangements for the Court of Justice of the European Union

Topic: IP

Published by Louise Morgan, Senior Associate and more.

Prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the CJEU announced, on 19 March 2020, that it will be temporarily changing its working arrangements.

09.04.2020 Read more