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Battle of Argos - Domain name infringement

By and | 01 Aug 2017

There a number of important takeaways from the latest domain name conflict in the United Kingdom, including the importance of registering trademarks as domain names at the earliest opportunity.

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UNITED KINGDOM: High Court Rules on Use of Google AdWords/AdSense and Trademark Infringement

By and | 16 May 2017

This article looks at the High Court decision in Argos Ltd v Argos Systems Inc, [2017] EWHC 231 (Ch) concerning the domain name argos.com.

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EU Referendum: What next?

EU Referendum: What next?

By , , , and | 24 Jun 2016

The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union. Fieldfisher has made it clear that it remains committed to Europe and offers advice to clients unsure of how Brexit can affect their business

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The London Skyline - an IP view

The London Skyline - an IP view

By | 18 May 2016

What IP rights might protect the buildings in the London skyline?

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Star Wars - may the IP be with you

Star Wars - may the IP be with you

By and | 15 Jan 2016

We look at the types of intellectual property linked to the Star Wars brand and how these intellectual property rights have been exploited to create probably the most successful franchise of all time

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Unscrambling the trial judgment of Mattel v Zynga in the Court of Appeal - A Case Update

Unscrambling the trial judgment of Mattel v Zynga in the Court of Appeal - A Case Update

By and | 05 Aug 2015

Review of the Court of Appeal judgment in Mattel v Zynga regarding the SCRABBLE and SCRAMBLE trade marks

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Major Reforms to EU Trade Marks Law

Major Reforms to EU Trade Marks Law

By | 16 Jul 2015

On 8 June 2015, the European Council published the final 'compromise' texts on the reform package.

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Effective Trade Mark Protection in China

Effective Trade Mark Protection in China

By and | 24 Jul 2014

Rights in a trade mark in China are acquired solely through registration so it is essential for brand owners to be the "first to file" their mark in China.

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Mattel's lack of action held to be 'destructive' of its case against Zynga

Mattel's lack of action held to be 'destructive' of its case against Zynga

By | 09 Jan 2014

J.W. Spear & Sons Ltd Mattel Inc v Zynga Inc [2013] EWHC 3348 (Ch)