AJ Park | USA | 22 Dec 2023
Since their release in 2015, Apple’s smartwatches have revolutionised smartwatch technology. With basic time-keeping capabilities alongside fitness…
Pinsent Masons | European Union, United Kingdom | 1 Aug 2022
The High Court recently considered trademark infringement in the context of apps. The judgment is noteworthy both for its assessment of the elements of infringement in that specific online environment and its consideration of the scope of the injuries in section 10(3) of the Trade Marks Act 1994 on which there is still relatively limited case law. The judgment may give optimism to rights......
Fox Williams LLP | United Kingdom | 27 Jul 2022
In a recent case, the High Court has ruled that Samsung infringed Swatch’s trade marks by including them in digital watch faces, despite the fact…
Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, China, etc. | 24 Jun 2021
How the regulatory landscape for IoT is developing to promote market fairness, data security and consumer protection in key jurisdictions around the world.
PRO Compliance | European Union | 4 Aug 2020
Following weeks of speculation, the European Commission has launched an in-depth review into Google’s $2.1 billion purchase of Fitbit to study if the deal will give Google a data advantage in the online search and display advertising markets.