Venable LLP | USA | 23 May 2022
In February 2022, Nike, the owner of three of five of StockX's most popular sneaker brands (Air Jordan, Nike and Converse), sued StockX in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. Nike has since filed a motion to amend its original complaint. With its new allegations, the potential scope of the case has broadened significantly.
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, China, etc. | 20 May 2022
A Chinese court rules on the IP implications of NFTs, Nike accuses StockX of counterfeiting goods, and the EUIPO releases webinars on the Trademark Directive – plus other key updates.
Inlex IP Expertise | Global | 16 May 2022
Not a day goes by without hearing about non-fungible tokens (NFTs) or the metaverse. This article looks at the commercial developments that are already being observed and the potential IP consequences of such developments. Companies should analyse the additional protection (including classes and activities) of trademarks that they must undertake to ensure that they hold the rights if they......
RK Dewan & Co | India | 13 May 2022
Delhi High Court has granted an ex-parte ad-interim injunction against M/s Parulben Navnath Chothani, trading as Shiv Enterprise (Defendant No. 1)…
Apolat Legal | Vietnam | 13 May 2022
Counterfeits are always intense when well-known products are counterfeited and sold on many sales channels, including offline and online methods. Some…
RK Dewan & Co | India | 12 May 2022
Victoria Foods Private Limited (Victoria) is engaged in the manufacture and sale of agro-based food products like wheat based products, pulses, pasta…
Kangxin Partners PC | China | 10 May 2022
The Interpretation was passed at the 1,831st meeting of the Judicial Committee of the Supreme People’s Court on 7 February 2021. It came into effect…
IP Law Galli | Global | 9 May 2022
The measures taken by the Russian government to restrict intellectual property have caused great concern among companies and IP counsel. Companies are committed to devising new strategies to defend their IP rights, both judicial and contractual, that are capable of containing the risks of infringement in the new scenarios created first by the covid-19 pandemic and now by the war.
Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 21 Mar 2022
A brief look at the intellectual property implications of NFTs, including copyright and trademark infringement, patent subject-matter eligibility, and counterfeiting risks.
Grau & Angulo | Spain | 21 Mar 2022
While judges may grant a bond where enough criminal evidence arises from the preliminary investigation phase of proceedings, plaintiffs seldom require this measure in cases relating to IP offences. However, a financial security of €1,552,934.76 was recently set for a defendant after thousands of infringing products counterfeiting several well-known trademarks and machinery for manufacturing......