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Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP | United Kingdom | 11 Sep 2009

A summer "Pitcher" of trade mark infringement

Diageo reportedly believes that its intellectual property has been infringed by "Pitcher", Sainsbury's own-brand alcoholic beverage which, like Pimm's, can be mixed with lemonade and fruit and, according to Diageo, has a similar bottle, label and logo to Pimm's.

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Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP | United Kingdom | 11 Sep 2009

Nude fails to block Stella's naked ambition

The High Court has refused to grant an interim injunction to Nude Brands Limited (NBL), the owner of the Community trade mark (CTM) NUDE, to prevent Stella McCartney Limited (SML) from launching an eau de toilette under the name STELLANUDE.

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Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP | India | 10 Sep 2008

How many points do I get for "infringement"? Scrabulous gets descrabbled

Scrabulous, the latest online gaming craze, which is a direct copy of Scrabble, has become embroiled in a legal dispute with Scrabble's owners, Hasbro and Mattel.

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