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UK Supreme Court rules on brands' cost contribution for internet blocking orders

European Union - June 14 2018 The UK Supreme Court has returned its long-awaited judgment in the Richemont litigation, holding that brand owners must indemnify internet service…

Kate Swaine

Employee created rights and commissioned works in the field of trademarks

Global - June 11 2018 This is our fourth international article featuring our trademark expert teams from across the firm in Canada, China, France, Germany, Russia…

Maria Aronikova, Céline Bey, Vanessa Delnaud, R. Nelson Godfrey, Clémence Lapotre, Ines Lin, Manuela Finger, LL.M, Jamie Rowlands, Maria Stadnik

Dealing with copyright and trademark infringement online

Global - October 18 2017 Online infringement takes many forms, from the sale of counterfeit or infringing products via the internet, to copying another business' website. In…

Grey market goods in the EU, Russia & the Middle East: Enforcement options for rights holders

European Union, Middle East, Russia - September 27 2017 Gowling WLG's Global Unauthorised Goods & Brand Enforcement Task Force have launched an autumn webinar series that examines a number of key topics -…

David Aylen, Jon Parker, Martha J. Savoy

A dog's breakfast: Use of ZUMA for dog food infringes famous restaurant's trade mark

European Union, United Kingdom - March 31 2017 In Azumi Limited v Zuma's Choice Pet Products Limited, the High Court considered a claim by Azumi, the owner of high-end Japanese restaurant Zuma…

John Coldham