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ONEL: what constitutes genuine use of a Community Trade Mark?

European Union - February 5 2013 On 19 December 2012, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) handed down its long-anticipated judgment in the ONELOMEL case. This...

Oscar Webb.

An .xxxtreme concern for brand owners?

Global - July 21 2011 The introduction of .xxx domain names was recently approved after many years of debate....

David Parrish.

UK opposition deadlines move forward by one day

United Kingdom - October 4 2010 Following a Tribunal Practice Notice issued by the UK Intellectual Property Office (UK IPO) on 30 September, opponents of UK trade mark applications will now have one day less to file their oppositions....

Eesheta Shah.

Restrictions on UK applications for series trade marks will focus filing strategies

United Kingdom - July 13 2009 Current UK trade mark rules allow applicants to cover more than one variant of trade mark in a singe application as a "series" without any extra filing fees....

Cost of trade mark protection to fall: EU and UK trade mark registries look to reduce official fees

United Kingdom, European Union - March 19 2009 OHIM, the EU office that administers the Community trade mark (CTM), has announced that it is reducing the official fees it charges CTM applicants by 40....

Kieron Kelly.