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Blow for Prada as General Court allows registration of THE RICH PRADA

By | 12 Jul 2018

This article looks at the EU General Court's decision in Prada SA v European Union Intellectual Property Office (Case T-111/16, 5 June 2018) concerning the fashion house's opposition to an application for THE RICH PRADA trade mark by a Bali-based hotel.

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UEFA Scores its own blocking injunction

UEFA Scores its own blocking injunction

By | 30 Apr 2018

A recent blocking injunction requires internet service providers to block access to servers providing infringing streams of live UEFA matches.

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Summary of EU Commission Paper on IP and Brexit

By | 28 Nov 2017

The EU Commission Paper on IP and Brexit considers the key principles which it believes need to be in place at the date of the Withdrawal Agreement in relation to intellectual property rights.

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Proposed criteria for parallel imports of Schweppes products

By and | 16 Nov 2017

This article looks at the Advocate General's decision in Schweppes SA v Red Paralela SL (Case C 291/16) concerning parallel imports and exhaustion of rights.

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UNITED KINGDOM: High Court Finds "I" and "WATCH" in IWATCH Descriptive

By and | 02 Aug 2017

This article looks at the High Court decision in Apple Inc v Arcadia Trading Ltd [2017] EWHC 440 (Ch) in which it found that the trade mark IWATCH was descriptive of computer software.

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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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General Court finds likelihood of confusion between ZIRO and ZERO figurative marks

By and | 04 Apr 2017

In Zero v EUIPO (Case T-106/16), the General Court ruled that there was a likelihood of confusion between the figurative mark ZIRO and an earlier figurative mark ZERO for essentially identical goods.

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