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Cozen O'Connor | USA | 10 Aug 2023

AGs Fight Against Saks No-Poach Agreements with Luxury Brands

A coalition of 21 AGs filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in support of former Saks retail store employees who…
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Loeb & Loeb LLP | USA | 28 Jul 2023

Can the “Indiana Jones” Movie Use a Product Without the Manufacturer's Permission?

A manufacturer of bags, Frost River, recently sued the maker of the new movie, “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” (Indiana Jones 5)…
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Bird & Bird LLP | France | 20 Jul 2023

Paris Court of Appeal Validates Louis Vuitton’s Use of Four-Leaf Clover in Jewellery Line

On June 23rd, 2023, a significant brand dispute reached its conclusion at the Paris Court of Appeal (n° RG 21/19404) as they delivered their…
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Mason Hayes & Curran LLP | European Union | 26 Jun 2023

Both Burberry and Louis Vuitton Fail to Register Patterns as Trade Marks

Further to our recent article reporting on the EUIPO’s refusal to register a mark comprising a pattern of numbers from 0 to 23 as an EU trade mark…
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Lexology PRO | Africa, Asia-Pacific, China, etc. | 15 Mar 2023

Copyright and trademarks: key updates for in-house teams (15 Jan – 15 March)

ChatGPT raises concerns relating to AI copyright and plagiarism, a UK court finds that Aldi infringed M&S’s gin bottle design, and China is set to further amend its trademark law – plus other key updates.
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Michael Best & Friedrich LLP | USA | 3 Mar 2023

Louis Vuitton Ads Under Scrutiny for Infringing Artist's Copyrights

Joan Mitchell was an influential painter known for her expressive brush strokes and being inspired by her garden. The Joan Mitchell Foundation…
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KISCH IP | European Union | 2 Mar 2023

The Importance of distinctiveness in a Trade Mark

The essential function of a trade mark is to guarantee the identity of origin of the marked goods or services to the consumer by enabling them…
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MIIP MADE IN IP | European Union | 13 Feb 2023

Trademark or mere decoration? General Court weighs in on Louis Vuitton's checkerboard pattern

To be registered in the European Union, a trademark must be sufficiently distinctive with respect to the goods and services it designates. This distinctiveness may be intrinsic or acquired through use. The latter can be difficult to demonstrate, as illustrated by a recent judgment issued by the General Court of the European Union.
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RK Dewan & Co | European Union | 16 Feb 2022

Louis Vuitton not so well-known after all!

On September 12, 2020, an application was filed in the European Union Intellectual Property Office ("EUIPO") to register the trademark...
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Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners | Japan | 8 Jan 2021

著名な商品等表示をデザインとして使用することの不正競争行為該当性

本件は、「ルイ・ヴィトン」の名称で世界的に著名な高級ブラン ドを擁するXが、Yが自ら運営するウェブサイトにおいてX標章 の一部が付された帽子、靴及びTシャツといったY商品(以下、 Y商品に付された標章を「Y標章」といいます。)を販売のために…
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