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NEWS

24
06
19

Our Selection of #IPNEWS and Articles of the Week

  1. Adidas loses three-stripe trademark battle in European court:

 

  1. Amazon wins ‘.amazon’ domain name, aggravating South American region and undermining digital commons:

 

  1. ‘The Walking Dead’ producer sues company for TM infringement:

 

 

  1. Amazon granted patent for surveillance drones service:

 

  1. Every invention you use has one thing in common:

 

  1. How Do You Solve a Problem Like Deepfakes?:

 

  1. IPOS, Lloyd's and Antares launch IP litigation insurance initiative:

 

  1. China introduces 'intent to use' to combat trade mark squatting in its recent law amendment:

 

  1. Huawei Threatens to Raise Patent Royalties on US Firms:

 

  1. Massive operation against counterfeit goods nets 30 suspects and millions of products:

 

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17
06
19

Our Selection of #IPNEWS and Articles of the Week

1. New Europol/EUIPO Threat Assessment Report confirms links between IP crime and organised crime in the EU 

 

2. Lego Files Lawsuit for Trademark Infringement

 

3. EUTM applications pass 2 million

 

4. Amid a Flurry of "Cultural Appropriation" Claims Aimed at Carolina Herrera, What is Going on (Legally)?

 

5. Apple wins 2 Design Patents for Apple Store Shelving Units and the Figurative Trademark for 'Apple Music UP NEXT'

 

6. Metallica to pay €7,000 for "Viva Colonia" cover

 

7. Brazil moves closer to Madrid accession

 

8.  La Liga fined €250,000 for breach of GDPR

 

9. Copyright dispute over Aboriginal flag sparks debate

 

10.  Over 2.000 fake “AirPods” seized by Italian Guardia di Finanza

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10
06
19

Our Selection of #IPNEWS and Articles of the Week

 

  1. EUIPO’s Christian Archambeau on Globalization, EUTM Trends, and Brexit
  1. In Search of Greater ROI, Counterfeiters Are "Incentivized" by Products with High Resale Values, Per New Report
  1. Why There Are More Counterfeit Rolexes Than Any Other Product in the World
  1. Sampling Mumbo Jumbo: Minecraft YouTuber receives copyright claims on hundreds of videos in a matter of hours
  1. Teen-Favored Retailer Brandy Melville is Suing Over Copycat Tees and Stickers
  1. Basketball Star Kawhi Leonard Claims Nike Stole His Design and Registered it with the Copyright Office
  1. Police call for YouTube influencers to stop using fake make up
  1. Annual loss of €56 billion across the EU due to counterfeits: report
  1. Restoring IP Rights After the Destructive, Unjust Antitrust Rendering in FTC v. Qualcomm
  1. The Pathway to Foreign Damages for Patent Infringement
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03
06
19

OUR SELECTION OF #IPNEWS AND ARTICLES OF THE WEEK

  1. Will Marvel Studios face copyright infringement claim for using Ghanaian kente designs in the Black Panther movie?

 

  1. What's in a Name? Chanel's Global Quest to Protect the Name of a Color

 

  1. Settlement Of Suit Over Tom Brady Photo Leaves Major Online Copyright Issue Unresolved

 

  1. Iron Maiden Sues 'Ion Maiden' Video Game Creators, Alleging Trademark Infringement

 

  1. Amazon is "Upending" the $250 Billion-Plus Licensed Merch Business

 

  1. Adidas seeks shut down of counterfeit sites

 

  1. Finnish Market Court rejects Harley Davidson appeal

 

  1. German Court Says Reseller's Use of Brand Names in Ads is Not Only Acceptable but "Necessary"

 

  1. Make Canada Great Again trademark dispute

 

  1. “Obituary piracy” and what it could mean for archival institutions
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27
05
19

Our Selection of #IPNEWS and Articles of the Week

  1. Eurythmics' Dave Stewart sells music catalogue to Hipgnosis: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/may/10/hipgnosis-buys-music-catalogue-eurythmics-dave-stewart;
  2. Pepe the Frog copyright suit to go to trial: https://www.worldipreview.com/news/pepe-the-frog-copyright-suit-to-go-to-trial-18064;
  3. EPO unveils European Inventor Award 2019 nominees: https://www.worldipreview.com/news/epo-unveils-european-inventor-award-2019-nominees-17995;
  4. US blacklists Huawei amid ongoing IP trade row: https://www.worldipreview.com/news/us-blacklists-huawei-amid-ongoing-ip-trade-row-18042;
  5. Alibaba VP hails anti-counterfeiting success: https://www.worldipreview.com/news/alibaba-vp-hails-anti-counterfeiting-success-18021;
  6. INTA President Calls on the Global Trademark Community to Join the Battle against Counterfeiting En Masse: http://www.ag-ip-news.com/news.aspx?id=51953&lang=en;
  7. Joint EPO-EUIPO Study Finds Strong Link between Growth of SMEs and their Use of IP: http://www.ag-ip-news.com/news.aspx?id=51954&lang=en;
  8. Bittersweet no more: Rolling Stones pass Verve royalties to Richard Ashcroft: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/may/23/bitter-sweet-symphony-royalties-richard-ashcroft-verve-royalties-novello;
  9. General Court dismisses TM appeal in win for Sky: https://www.worldipreview.com/news/general-court-dismisses-tm-appeal-in-win-for-sky-18098;
  10. How to keep your trademarks forever: https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2019/05/25/keep-trademarks-forever/id=109559/;
  11. Kim Kardashian Already Tried to Trademark 14-Day-Old Son Psalm West's Name: https://www.cosmopolitan.com/entertainment/celebs/a27583309/kim-kardashian-trademark-psalm-west-name/;
  12. L.A. Crips trademark Nipsey Hussle’s slogan ‘The  marathon continues’ to provide community service: http://thesource.com/2019/05/26/nipsey-hussle-crip-tmc/
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21
05
19

Our Selection of #IPNEWS and Articles of the Week

1. Dutch Court of Appeal injuncts unwilling licensee in first post-Huawei v ZTE FRAND decision

 

2. "No Expense is Being Spared" in Alibaba's Fight Against Fakes

 

3. Ariana Grande, thank you, next: copyright infringement on Instagram

 

4. The first non-traditional trademark registrations have been granted in Mexico

 

5. CJEU cancels German asset management firm’s TM

 

6. Adidas Secures U.S. Copyright Protection for Kanye Yeezy Sneaker Designs

 

7. Diversity in Patent Drafting

 

8. Big data may drive IP enforcement, business reveal

 

9. Basketball Patents Over the Years

 

10. The Italian Guardia di Finanza and Brindisi Customs Authorities seized more than 15.000 counterfeit NIKE shoes

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13
05
19

Our Selection of #IPNEWS and Articles of the Week

1. Court of Justice: use of figurative signs may constitute unlawful evocation of a PDO

 

2. Prince's Estate Responds to Trademark Office's Refusal to Register Purple Trademark With a 430 Page Filing

 

3. EU General Court sides with Zara against EUIPO

 

4. Huawei accused of conspiring to steal tech from US lab

 

5. Cambodia registers first-ever geographical indication

 

6. Whether Don Quijote de la Mancha relates to a PDO cheese?

 

7. Does AIRBNB break the law in France?

 

8. Judge Tosses Out 2 Claims in Saint Laurent and Steve Madden Footwear Fight

 

9. Swatch prevailed over Apple in a trademark dispute

 

10. Italian Guardia di Finanza’s Extraordinary plan for anti-counterfeiting checks

               

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07
05
19

Our Selection of #IPNEWS and Articles of the Week

  1. Alibaba to pay $250 million to settle lawsuit over pre-IPO warning on counterfeiting:
  • https://www.reuters.com/article/us-alibaba-settlement/alibaba-pays-250-million-to-settle-lawsuit-over-pre-ipo-counterfeiting-warning-idUSKCN1S51DO;

 

  1. Why celebrities try to trademark their catchphrases and baby names:
  • https://www.vox.com/the-goods/2019/4/19/18507920/celebrity-trademark-history-baby-names-taylor-swift;

 

  1. Computer store drops trademark claim against Taylor Swift:
  • https://www.worldipreview.com/news/computer-store-drops-trademark-claim-against-taylor-swift-17926;

 

 

  1. Ford sues local dealership for breaching TM contract:

 

  1. Record-Breaking K-Pop Group BTS is Fighting Off an Explosion of Counterfeit Tour Merch:
  • http://www.thefashionlaw.com/home/k-pop-mega-stars-bts-is-fighting-off-an-explosion-of-counterfeit-tour-merch;

 

  1. EV battery maker LG Chem sues SK Innovation, alleges trade secret theft:

 

  1. Cybercriminals continue to target intellectual property, putting brand reputation at risk:
  • https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2019/05/02/cybercriminals-target-intellectual-property/;

 

  1. USA: dozens of crypto trademarks registered:
  • https://cryptonomist.ch/en/2019/05/01/usa-crypto-trademarks/;

 

  1. Global Semiconductor Intellectual Property Market 2019 By Competitive Measure – Cast Inc., Ceva Inc., eSilicon Corporation:
  • https://autodadz.com/global-semiconductor-intellectual-property-market-2019-by-competitive-measure-cast-inc-ceva-inc-esilicon-corporation/;

 

  1. Everything is awesome: Lego blocks “Lepin” trade mark registration:
  • http://ipkitten.blogspot.com/2019/05/everything-is-awesome-lego-blocks-lepin.html.

 

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30
04
19

Our Selection of #IPNEWS and Articles of the Week

  1. The Trade Mark Adventures of Zara: Fashion Markets Moving Fast
  1. Intellectual Property 101: A Primer
  1. The Future of Patents on Genetically Modified Organisms in India
  1. The first non-traditional trademark registrations have been granted in Mexico
  1. China amends trade mark and unfair competition law to tackle trade mark squatting and enforcement issues
  1. Almost Anyone Can Use NASA’s Name and Logos, Just Don't Call it a Collaboration
  1. Kering is Reportedly Close to $1.5 to $1.6 Billion Settlement in Gucci Tax Case
  1. Personalized Media Communications Sues Google, Netflix and Akami Over Content Delivery Patents
  1. April 26: World IP Day Celebrations, Special 301 Report, and Amazon Helps Identify Patent Infringers
  1. Music industry takes aim at Fortnite over song royalties
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23
04
19

OUR SELECTION OF #IPNEWS AND ARTICLES OF THE WEEK

  1. The boot is on the other foot: French Supreme Court reconsiders the notion of informed user

 

  1. GoT season premiere pirated over 54 million times in first 24 hours

 

  1. O2 retrieves infringing .company domain

 

  1. IP plays a role in decolonising cultural heritage: over 100 experts warn France

 

  1. The French Government is Working on Legislation to Ban Destruction of Unsold Fashion

 

  1. Can the Fashion Industry Ever Really Be Sustainable?

 

  1. Gigi Hadid Sued for Posting a Photo on Instagram

 

  1. WTR’s round-up of news, developments and insights from across the trademark sphere

 

  1. Massive seizure of “Made in China” products in Brindisi
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15
04
19

Our Selection of #IPNEWS and Articles of the Week

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09
04
19

Our Selection of #IPNEWS and Articles of the Week

 

  1. IP and Sociology: the symbolism of IP

 

  1. Color or figurative trademarks – that’s the question

 

  1. Can I have a Big Mac – or should I now say “layered double cheeseburger”? Amid non-use and well-known facts

 

  1. Converse lost a dispute for a shoe sole in the EU

 

  1. Peppa Pig meets Tobbia – a tale of pigs and tapirs

 

 

  1. The report on ‘Competition policy for the digital era’ is out: why change the law if there is no evidence? And how?

 

  1. 5 Big Breakthroughs to Anticipate in 3D Printing

 

 

  1. Veja Alludes to Impending Lawsuit Against Primark, but Does it Have a Case?

 

  1. “You can’t sleep or you will fall behind”: exclusive look inside Alibaba’s fight against fakes

 

  1. The Italian Guardia di Finanza seized more than 200.000 counterfeit products (in Italian)

 

  1. “OFFSIDE COUNTERFEITING 2” mission (in Italian)

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01
04
19

Our Selection of #IPNEWS and Articles of the Week

  1. IACC says it disrupts counterfeit sales on iOffer:

 

  1. Fashion brand turns to crypto tokens to fight fakes:

 

  1. Battle of Supremes: How 'legal fakes' are challenging a $1B brand:

 

 

  1. DSM Directive Series #2: Is the press publishers' right waivable?:

 

  1. EU General Court rejects Converse TM appeal:

 

  1. What Brexit means for UK Intellectual Property rights:

 

  1. Rival sues Monster over its ‘knockoff’ Reign brand:

 

  1. ‘Just say it’ too similar to Nike’s ‘Just do it’, TTAB holds:

 

  1. Book Review: Non-Conventional Copyright, Do New and Atypical Works Deserve Protection?:

 

  1. Italian Guardia di Finanza has seized more than 7.000 counterfeit shoes in Brindisi:
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25
03
19

Our Selection of #IPNEWS and Articles of the Week

  1. Fake goods trade rises to €460bn: EUIPO and OECD

 

  1. CJEU applies Louboutin, clarifying notion of ‘shape, or another characteristic, which gives substantial value to the goods’
  • http://ipkitten.blogspot.com/2019/03/cjeu-applies-louboutin-clarifying.html;

 

  1. Italy’s top court rules in major Yahoo! takedown case

 

  1. Lego scores TM victory at UKIPO

 

  1. Peppa Pig creators win trademark invalidity claim

 

  1. One of the Most In-Demand Skill Sets in Fashion Right Now? Luxury Authentication:
  • http://www.thefashionlaw.com/home/one-of-the-most-in-demand-skill-sets-in-fashion-right-now-luxury-authentication;

 

  1. Jaguar wins landmark case against Chinese copy of Evoque model
  • https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/mar/22/jaguar-land-rover-wins-landmark-case-against-chinese-evoque-copycat;

 

  1. Bacardi won a case in Turkey for a trademark that has been never used there
  • https://intellectualpropertyplanet.wordpress.com/2019/03/22/bacardi-won-a-case-in-turkey-for-a-trademark-that-has-been-never-used-there/;

 

  1. Law Enforcement Busts $15 Million-Plus Counterfeiting Ring in Shanghai

 

  1. Operation “Golden Brand”: the Italian Guardia di Finanza seized products bearing counterfeit trademarks with a value of 10.000.000 euros
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18
03
19

Our Selection of #IPNEWS and Articles of the Week

  1. Apple infringed three Qualcomm patents, jury finds

 

  1. A brief introduction of the new Chinese Foreign Investment Law its protection for IPR

 

  1. Chinese Court Okays Single-Color Trademarks in Latest Louboutin Decision

 

  1. Marc Jacobs Asks Court to Dismiss Nirvana LLC's "Egregious" Smiley Face Case

 

  1. As Bad Faith Trademark Filings Continue to Target Western Brands, China Proposes a Fix

 

  1. Paris Tribunal strikes again and guts Google’s T&C’s…including its copyright clauses for user-generated content

 

  1. There is no such thing as too much Peruvian (and other) IP news from Latin America

 

  1. Adidas won a trademark opposition in Japan

 

  1. Danladi v Tiwalope Savage and another - (Nigerian) “Blurred Line” or “Shape of You”?

 

  1. During Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day the Italian Guardia di Finanza intensifies its activities against trade of counterfeit and unsafe products.
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12
03
19

OUR SELECTION OF #IPNEWS AND ARTICLES OF THE WEEK

  1. The Behind-the-Scenes Battles for the Lucrative Gig of Making Luxury Brands' Accessible Wares

 

  1. Disney ranked most intimate brand

 

  1. Patent infringement and recovery of profits in Italy: doctrine of equivalence and requirement of negligence

 

  1. An Inside Job: The Counterfeit Bust that Put Hermès' Own Employees Under the Microscope

 

  1. Apple's trade mark opposition goes pear shaped...

 

  1. MARRY ME is descriptive for online dating (even if you are really just dating)

 

  1. Netflix and Jerry Media are Being Sued for Allegedly Stealing Influencer's Video for Fyre Fest Documentary

 

  1. Monster Energy’s trademark opposition fails before UKIPO

 

  1. Swedish trade mark court sees its true colours shining through
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05
03
19

Our Selection of #IPNEWS and Articles of the Week

1.    Fashion designer accuses Janelle Monáe of plagiarism for Grammy performance: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/feb/12/fashion-designer-accuses-janelle-monae-of-plagiarism-for-grammy-performance


2.    Don’t Miss the Big Picture: What Companies Get Wrong When It Comes to IP Strategies: https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2019/02/22/dont-miss-big-picture-companies-get-wrong-comes-ip-strategies/id=106604/


3.    Pirate sites to be blocked in thousands of British schools: https://www.worldipreview.com/news/pirate-sites-to-be-blocked-in-thousands-of-british-schools-17565


4.    Amazon launches Project Zero to fight fakes: https://www.worldipreview.com/news/amazon-launches-project-zero-to-fight-fakes-17582 


5.    Japan Patent Office Case Examples on Artificial Intelligence Offer Guidance for Other Offices on Treating AI Inventions: https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2019/02/28/jpo-examples-on-artificial-intelligence-offer-guidance-for-other-offices/id=106835/


6.    Bolstering your armoury against trade mark squatters in China: https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=38c27c82-f28c-4258-982d-ffe728afab8a


7.    Meet The Blockchain Companies Hoping to Disrupt the Publishing Industry: https://blockonomi.com/blockchain-disrupt-publishing-industry/


8.    Biker trademark cannot be part of criminal forfeiture, court rules: https://www.worldipreview.com/news/biker-trademark-cannot-be-part-of-criminal-forfeiture-court-rules-17589 


9.    Industry-led initiative to fight counterfeiting gets new boost: https://ec.europa.eu/growth/content/industry-led-initiative-fight-counterfeiting-gets-new-boost_en


10.    Musician claims Spike Lee and Prince copied the song for ‘Girl 6’: https://www.worldipreview.com/news/musician-claims-spike-lee-and-prince-copied-the-song-for-girl-6-17586


11.    Fyre Festival attendee takes Netflix to court: https://www.worldipreview.com/news/fyre-festival-attendee-takes-netflix-to-court-17585


12.    Tips for Protecting Cannabis Trademarks: https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2019/02/28/tips-protecting-cannabis-trademarks/id=106829/


13.    Examining the Truvada #BreakThePatent Debate: Gilead Response: https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2019/03/03/examining-truvada-breakthepatent-debate-gilead-responds/id=106906/ 


14.    Copyright directive a data protection hazard: data commissioner: https://www.worldipreview.com/news/copyright-directive-a-data-protection-hazard-data-commissioner-17590 

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26
02
19

Our selection of #IPNEWS and articles of the week

  1. Facebook found liable for hosting links to unlicensed content:

https://www.insurancejournal.com/news/national/2017/10/19/467970.htm
 

  1. A few thoughts on the non-discriminatory prong of FRAND:

- https://trustinip.com/a-few-thoughts-on-the-non-discriminatory-prong-of-frand/

- A clear article on the ‘Most-favoured-licensee’ rule can be read at:

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1645878
 

  1. Alleged "Kimoji" Developer is Suing Kim Kardashian for "No Less Than $100 Million"

  1. Trademark exhaustion and cosmetics in Milan: further analysis and future perspective

  1. Can the name of a country and a year be a trademark?

  1. Marry Me, not in the EU: dating app’s appeal rejected by EU Court:

  1. The EU’s Digital Copyright Directive – where are we now?

  1. The Next Data-Driven Health-tech Revolution

  1. The Italian Guardia di Finanza seized more than 1,700 counterfeit memory cards

  1. More than 1.500.000 counterfeit clothes were seized in Rome, Naples, Brescia and Pescara

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22
02
19

Our selection of #IPNEWS and articles of the week

1. Further thoughts on Levola Hengelo v Smilde Foods and the taste of cheese: did the Court create a "validation" test?
http://ipkitten.blogspot.com/2019/02/further-thoughts-on-levola-hengelo-v.html

 

2. Drinking wine from a Pringles can: parody or trade mark infringement?
http://ipkitten.blogspot.com/2019/02/drinking-wine-from-pringles-can-parody.html


3. 'CHIARA FERRAGNI' not confusingly similar to 'CHIARA', rules EU General Court.
http://ipkitten.blogspot.com/2019/02/chiara-ferragni-not-confusingly-similar.html


4.Lush Sues Fragrance Subscription Co. Over "Lush Gold" Line
http://www.thefashionlaw.com/home/lush-sues-fragrance-subscription-co-over-lush-gold-line


5. Red Sole Diaries: another chapter
http://ipkitten.blogspot.com/2019/02/red-sole-diaries-another-chapter.html


6. Blockchain Could Help Put a Halt to the Gray Market, But Do Brands Actually Want That?
http://www.thefashionlaw.com/home/blockchain-could-help-put-a-halt-to-the-gray-market-but-do-brands-actually-want-that


7. Thai ‘special investigations’ unit to tackle high-value counterfeits
https://www.worldipreview.com/news/thai-special-investigations-unit-to-tackle-high-value-counterfeits-17506


8. United States of America Joins WIPO’s Marrakesh Treaty as 50th Member
http://www.ag-ip-news.com/news.aspx?id=50839&lang=en


9. Europe-wide initiative to tackle ads on pirate sites launches
https://www.worldipreview.com/news/europe-wide-initiative-to-tackle-ads-on-pirate-sites-launches-17500


10. European Cooperation: Sweden launches new online services for trade marks and designs
https://euipo.europa.eu/ohimportal/it/news?p_p_id=csnews_WAR_csnewsportlet&p_p_lifecycle=0&p_p_state=normal&p_p_mode=view&p_p_col_id=column1&p_p_col_count=2&journalId=4975075&journalRelatedId=manual/


11. Marry Me – not in the EU
https://intellectualpropertyplanet.wordpress.com/2019/02/15/marry-me-not-in-the-eu/


12. Monaco joins TMView
https://intellectualpropertyplanet.wordpress.com/2019/02/11/monaco-joins-tmview/


13. Fashion designer accuses Janelle Monáe of plagiarism for Grammy performance
https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/feb/12/fashion-designer-accuses-janelle-monae-of-plagiarism-for-grammy-performance

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12
02
19

Our selection of #IPNEWS and articles of the week

1.      Christian Louboutin wins bid to protect red sole TM

-      https://www.worldipreview.com/news/christian-louboutin-wins-bid-to-protect-red-sole-trademark-17472;

-      http://www.thefashionlaw.com/home/louboutin-lands-victory-in-long-running-dutch-red-sole-shoe-case;

2.      Glen sounds too Scottish

-      https://info.legal-patent.com/trademark-law/glen-sounds-scottish/;

-      For a previous analysis on geographical spirituous beverages designation: https://info.legal-patent.com/international-intellectual-property/geographical-word-mark-swabian-glen-whisky-anyone-thinking-scotland/;

3.      Two recent decisions on selective distribution and infringement of luxury trademarks from the Court of Milan

-      https://iplens.org/2019/02/06/two-recent-decisions-on-selective-distribution-and-infringement-of-luxury-trademarks-from-the-court-of-milan/

-      For the full decision in the l’Oreal case, see: https://www.dropbox.com/s/d0a35sgnmq4gwmx/milano19112018%20pdf.pdf?dl=0;

-      For the full decision in the Landoll case, see: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ewxqvbd73hdsuu6/milano18122018%20pdf.pdf?dl=0;

4.      Apple lost a lawsuit against Pear in the EU

-      https://intellectualpropertyplanet.wordpress.com/2019/02/06/apple-lost-a-lawsuit-against-pear-in-the-eu/;

-      For the General Court’s full decision (available in English and French): http://curia.europa.eu/juris/document/document.jsf?text=Pear%2BTechnologies%2BLtd&docid=210325&pageIndex=0&doclang=EN&mode=req&dir=&occ=first&part=1&cid=9699291#ctx1

5.      After Receiving Infringement Letters Over 4-Stripe Sneaker, Skechers is Suing adidas

-      http://www.thefashionlaw.com/home/skechers-is-suing-adidas;

6.      Austrian Patent Office implements e-filing for trademarks:

-      https://euipo.europa.eu/tunnel-web/secure/webdav/guest/document_library/contentPdfs/about_euipo/alicante_news/alicantenews_January_2019_en.pdf (page. 4 of the EUIPN Updates, January 2019);

7.      Musicians file class action copyright suit against Sony Music

-      https://www.worldipreview.com/news/musicians-file-class-action-copyright-suit-against-sony-music-17470

8.      U.S. State Wants to Adopt "Netflix" Model for Paying for Pharmaceuticals

-      http://www.ip.finance/2019/01/us-state-wants-to-adopt-netflix-model.html;

-      https://www.washingtonpost.com/gdpr-consent/?destination=%2fhealth%2f2019%2f01%2f10%2flouisiana-adopts-netflix-model-pay-hepatitis-c-drugs%2f%3fnoredirect%3don%26utm_term%3d.7a46df7cbdd3&noredirect=on&utm_term=.8c8ea29f5869;

-      https://www.ipimediaworld.com/louisiana-launching-netflix-model-medicaid-hep-c-drugs/;

9.      Beware of using photographs of Italian (cultural) beauties!

-      https://iplens.org/2019/02/07/beware-of-using-photographs-of-italian-cultural-beauties/;

-      For the Italian Code of Cultural Heritage and Landscape (Legislative Decree n. 42/2004), see: https://wipolex.wipo.int/en/legislation/details/2491;

10.   Domain infringement biggest problem for TM owners

-      https://www.intellectualpropertymagazine.com/trademark/domain-infringement-biggest-problem-for-tm-owners-133563.htm;

11.   The Italian Guardia di FInanza seized more than 15,000 luxury products in Pisa.

-      https://siac.gdf.it/notizie/Pagine/Sequestrati-oltre-15.000-prodotti-contraffatti.aspx.

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