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Two hotels, one trade mark, FAIR result?

  • Spruson & Ferguson
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  • Australia
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  • October 15 2014

Fairmont Hotel Management L.P. Opposed an application by Schwartz Family Co. Pty Limited for FAIRMONT in respect of ‘services for providing food and

Not the end of ‘U’

  • Spruson & Ferguson
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  • Australia
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  • October 15 2014

TGuru Denim’s application for the below trade mark was opposed by Omega SA under sections 42(b), 44, 58 and 60. Sections 44 and 58 were quickly

SOFT or THERM mattress?

  • Spruson & Ferguson
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  • Australia
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  • October 15 2014

The Australian designation of an International Registration for THERMOSOFT in respect of mattresses, raw textile fibres, and clothing was opposed by

McFoodMcOpoly. McDonald’s continues to assert monopoly over ‘Mc-‘ trade marks (section 60)

  • Spruson & Ferguson
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  • Australia
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  • October 15 2014

Coffee Cartel applied to register the trade mark ‘McSlider’ in relation to meat products in Class 29 and was opposed by McDonald’s Asia Pacific under

AG-opoloy

  • Spruson & Ferguson
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  • Australia
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  • October 15 2014

The Australian designation of Geagroup’s above International Registration was opposed by A G Professional Hair Care, the owner in Australia of the

NetAppY, Jan!

  • Spruson & Ferguson
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  • Australia
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  • October 15 2014

Trading Reference Australia Pty Limited applied to register the below logo in relation to a range of goods and services in Classes 9, 35, 36 and 38

A ‘healthy’ view on bad faith?

  • Spruson & Ferguson
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  • Australia
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  • October 15 2014

Horizons application for KANGEN opposed by Enagic Australia and Enagic Co. Enagic was able to demonstrate prior use, in the United States, of the

EXCELNET revocation

  • Spruson & Ferguson
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  • Australia
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  • October 15 2014

Ex Parte Hearing into proposed revocation of acceptance of the Industrial Knitted applications for EXCELNET and covering ‘elastic and non-elastic

Should we renameisis? When trade marks attack

  • King & Wood Mallesons
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  • Australia
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  • October 15 2014

What if roses, instead of being called “roses”, were called “stink bells”? Would they smell as sweet? What if they were called “crapweed” or “stench

How to create successful brands for not for profit organisations

  • FAL Lawyers
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  • Australia
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  • October 14 2014

Many not-for-profit organisations believe their brands do little to assist in projecting their products and services to the public. Often, people