LA MER trade mark application grounded - again LA MER trade mark application grounded  -  again Reviewed by Jeremy on 23:45:00 Rating: 5

Recent publications

This item has been posted on Jeremy's behalf. He is on holiday today. The September/October issue of the World Trademark Review , pub...
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Recent publications Recent publications Reviewed by Jeremy on 13:00:00 Rating: 5
EPC2000: this time it's for real EPC2000: this time it's for real Reviewed by David on 13:15:00 Rating: 5
OHIM prize essay; the AIPPI needs you OHIM prize essay; the AIPPI needs you Reviewed by Jeremy on 10:36:00 Rating: 5
English to blame for foreign language foul-up? English to blame for foreign language foul-up? Reviewed by Jeremy on 05:46:00 Rating: 5
Idris hangs in the balance; Brussels not so vague about Hague Idris hangs in the balance; Brussels not so vague about Hague Reviewed by Jeremy on 00:03:00 Rating: 5

Protecting family values

Better late than never, says the IPKat as he posts this note on the fortnight-old Community trade mark appellate decision by the European C...
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Protecting family values Protecting family values Reviewed by Jeremy on 13:52:00 Rating: 5
Go to Harmsworth to keep designs out of Harm's Way Go to Harmsworth to keep designs out of Harm's Way Reviewed by Jeremy on 10:59:00 Rating: 5

New judge on the block

Amid all the excitement of the past few days the IPKat quite forgot to congratulate Christopher Floyd QC on his appointment as judge in th...
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New judge on the block New judge on the block Reviewed by Jeremy on 05:48:00 Rating: 5
AG backs France against the Commission; peer-to-trade mark project? AG backs France against the Commission; peer-to-trade mark project? Reviewed by Jeremy on 00:26:00 Rating: 5
Penguin in denial; and now for a little Enterprise Penguin in denial; and now for a little Enterprise Reviewed by Jeremy on 16:43:00 Rating: 5
Not so fast, says ECJ in QUICKY case Not so fast, says ECJ in QUICKY case Reviewed by Jeremy on 05:36:00 Rating: 5
Copyright evening coming up; Designs at MARQUES Copyright evening coming up; Designs at MARQUES Reviewed by Jeremy on 23:00:00 Rating: 5

Fast tracking at the UK-IPO

The UK-IPO have announced they intend to introduce new 'fast track' procedures for both patent and trade mark applications. Robert I...
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Fast tracking at the UK-IPO Fast tracking at the UK-IPO Reviewed by David on 13:17:00 Rating: 5

MARQUES in Porto VI

Thursday afternoon found the IPKat attending two worthy Workshop sessions at the MARQUES conference. First was Ben Goodger ( right , Rouse ...
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MARQUES in Porto VI MARQUES in Porto VI Reviewed by Jeremy on 12:50:00 Rating: 5

Kinder capers

The IPKat's good friend Birgit Clark has sent him news from Germany of an important and somewhat controversial decision, summarised in ...
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Kinder capers Kinder capers Reviewed by Jeremy on 09:48:00 Rating: 5

ECJ functionality decision

The IPKat has learnt of a new decision of the ECJ on functionality. G-Star is the owner of a Dutch trade mark consisting of the shape a...
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ECJ functionality decision ECJ functionality decision Reviewed by Unknown on 12:55:00 Rating: 5
MARQUES in Porto V; latest decisions from the ECJ MARQUES in Porto V; latest decisions from the ECJ Reviewed by Jeremy on 12:42:00 Rating: 5
MARQUES in Porto IV; Streamlined OHIM oppositions revisited MARQUES in Porto IV; Streamlined OHIM oppositions revisited Reviewed by Jeremy on 09:30:00 Rating: 5

From Paddington to Paris

The success of many merchandised properties is based as much upon the endearing nature of their characters and personification as on the sk...
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From Paddington to Paris From Paddington to Paris Reviewed by Jeremy on 01:29:00 Rating: 5
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