A Californian Federal Judge has dismissed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Taylor Swift.
Insights: Branding & Design
Louboutin’s infamous red sole is potentially an invalid trade mark in Europe – just out is a second AG opinion
Back in December 2009, Louboutin filed an EU trade mark application (No. 008845539) based on Benelux Trade Mark No. 0874489.
Behaviour in the UK and elsewhere is relevant to the assessment of genuine intention to use a UK trade mark. Catherine Nursaw explains.
There is good news for Coca-Cola in their long battle with Mitico as the General Court considers evidence from outside the EU in opposition proceedings.
Rob McLaughlin reviews the Brand Finance annual report on the value of the British Monarchy and considers the potential impact of the next Royal Wedding
Consumers not in the Knowledge – the shape of the London Taxi not distinctive enough to be a trade mark
Justine Lynch reviews the decision concerning the three-dimensional shape of the London Taxi handed down by the Court of Appeal
Rob McLaughlin takes a look at the new EU Trade Mark Regulations which came into force on 1 October and the introduction of EU Certification Marks
Filippa Evans reviews Velcro Companies’ decision to release a witty song in an attempt to educate people about misusing their trade mark