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Sweden considering prison for infringers, EUIPO switches banks, and cops brandishing fake firearms: news round-up

Qatar, Sweden, European Union, Global - February 20 2018 Edible Arrangements, a Connecticut-based fruit baskets business, has filed a federal lawsuit against Google claiming that the technology giant has...

Trevor Little, Adam Houldsworth, Tim Lince.


Gleissner activity called “biggest scam in IP history”, Samsung speculation and USPTO love song: news round-up

USA, Myanmar, Africa, Canada, Global - February 16 2018 This week the music press has been loud on the issue of counterfeits after heavy metal band Iron Maiden filed a lawsuit against websites selling...

Trevor Little, Adam Houldsworth, Tim Lince.


Scientology trademarks, Brazil’s backlog impact, and Leason Ellis victorious against solicitation scammer: news round-up

USA, United Kingdom, Global - February 13 2018 Every Tuesday and Friday, World Trademark Review presents a round-up of news, developments and insights from across the trademark sphere. In today’s...

Adam Houldsworth, Tim Lince.


US and Chinese bank brands continue to dominate, but challenges lie ahead

Global - February 12 2018 Following the release of Brand Finance's Banking 500 2018 report last week, which identifies the brand value and strength of the world's 500...


USPTO director makes first public comments, Louboutin dismisses media speculation, and ‘.com’ rises: news round-up

USA, United Kingdom, China, European Union, Ghana, Global - February 9 2018 Every Tuesday and Friday, World Trademark Review presents a round-up of news, developments and insights from across the trademark sphere. In today’s...

Adam Houldsworth, Tim Lince.