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US Supreme Court finds Booking.com mark is capable of registration

USA - July 7 2020 The US Supreme Court has held that the mark BOOKING.COM should not be barred from protection merely because it comprises a “generic word plus .com”…

Joel Vertes.

Cheddar luck next time for Babybel

United Kingdom - December 19 2019 Fromageries Bel SA (“FBSA”) was the proprietor of a UK registered trade mark (UK 2060882) (the “Mark”) for the sign shown below and registered for…

Tom Scourfield.

IPEC refers question on design novelty to CJEU

European Union, United Kingdom - September 30 2019 For many years, there has been significant uncertainty and academic disagreement regarding the circumstance under which a design will qualify for…

Sarah Wright.

Supreme Court shifts the cost burden for blocking orders

United Kingdom - June 15 2018 On 13 June 2018, the Supreme Court handed down its judgment on the issue of the costs of implementing a blocking order made against the UK’s major…

Joel Vertes, Tom Scourfield.

Taking Stock: Consumer Products Bulletin - Summer 2017

European Union, United Kingdom - June 22 2017 Welcome to the latest edition of Taking Stock, our consumer products and retail law bulletin. This publication explores recent legal developments in…

Filip Radu, Fiona Carter, Ian Stevens, Kaisa Patsalides, Katrina Anderson, Louise Dalton, Sarah Wright, Tom Scourfield.