Every seller, perhaps, fancies being distinctive and successful and the applicant in re Frankish Enterprises Ltd (decided in 27-2-2015) certainly got the combination right. The TTAB reversed the refusal to register a mark consisting of a truck cab body in the design of a fanciful, prehistoric animal with the word JURASSIC ATTACK. The registration was sought for entertainment ser...
20 February, 2014
Time and again the question of when and how Customs can aid in enforcement of IP rights has come before the courts. It was the CJEU’s turn, answering a reference by the Danish court, to interpret Council Regulation (EC) No 1383/2003 of 22 July 2003, on measures to be taken against goods suspected of infringing IPR. The intended recipient of the goods - a Danish national had ...
International Trademark Association (INTA) will be organising its 136th Annual Meeting from 10 to 14 May 2014, in Hong Kong.
On 11th May, 2014 sessions will be held on following topics:
Competition Law and Intellectual Property: The Abuse of Rights
Consumer Perception of the Enforcement of Non-Traditional Trademarks
Domain Name Litigation and Arbitration in a World of 1,000+ New gTLDs
The 6th edition of international IP conference for Intellectual Property Protection for Plant Innovation 2013 will be held from 5-6 September, 2013 in Amsterdam.
Dr. Malathi Lakshmikumaran, Director & Practice Head of IPR, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan, will address the delegates on 6 December, 2013 and discuss the topics like:
Plant variety protection in India - recent developments
24th November, 2011
Least Developed Countries will get more time to protect intellectual property as per latest developments in the World Trade Organisation. The TRIPS (intellectual property) Council of WTO Members has reached a consensus agreement on the draft decision which is expected to be adopted in the Ministerial Conference in Geneva in December, 2011.
The original 2005 deadline for ...
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