Trump International loses High Court appeal

20 May 2019
The High Court has upheld a UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) decision in relation to a trade mark for “TRUMP…
Richard Burton
Richard Burton
Partner, Trade Mark Attorney
Trump International loses High Court appeal

Repackaging and reselling luxury goods

20 May 2019
The principal issue in this action was whether the purchaser of a product sold under a trade mark within the…
Tamsin Holman Alban Radivojevic
Tamsin Holman & Alban Radivojevic
Partner, Solicitor, Solicitor
Repackaging and reselling luxury goods

Tapir or (Peppa) Pig?

20 May 2019
The General Court found that the differences between the marks were not sufficient to dispel a likelihood of confusion, and…
Natasha O'Shea
Natasha O'Shea
Trade Mark Assistant
Tapir or (Peppa) Pig?

Textilis and Ozgur Keskin v Svenskt Tenn

20 May 2019
In a preliminary ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), it has been confirmed that the…
Jennifer Heath
Jennifer Heath
Associate, Trade Mark Attorney
Textilis and Ozgur Keskin v Svenskt Tenn

Napp Pharmaceutical v Dr Reddy’s Laboratories

14 May 2019
In the UK to enforce an interim (preliminary) injunction, the patentee must give a cross-undertakings as to damages (but not…
Antony Craggs
Antony Craggs
Partner, Solicitor
Napp Pharmaceutical v Dr Reddy’s Laboratories

BDI v Argent: patent entitlement

02 May 2019
In BDI v Argent, the English Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC) has provided a useful summary of the law on…
Antony Craggs
Antony Craggs
Partner, Solicitor
BDI v Argent: patent entitlement

Double patenting - will prohibition end at last?

29 April 2019
The approach of the European Patent Office (EPO) to prohibition of double patenting is well established and may, at a…
Hanns-Juergen Grosse
Hanns-Juergen Grosse
Partner, Patent Attorney
Double patenting - will prohibition end at last?

Are you authorised? CJEU asked to rule on third party SPCs

29 April 2019
The UK Patents Court has referred a question to the The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) regarding…
Garreth Duncan
Garreth Duncan
Partner, Patent Attorney
Are you authorised? CJEU asked to rule on third party SPCs

WIPO: implications for Hague System users in case of a "no deal" Brexit

26 April 2019
D Young & Co trade mark partner Jana Bogatz provides an update in the April edition of INTA Bulletin concerning…
Jana Bogatz
Jana Bogatz
Partner, Rechtsanwältin
WIPO: implications for Hague System users in case of a "no deal" Brexit

TQ Delta v ZyXEL: essential reading for SEP owners

18 April 2019
This case is essential reading for SEP holders. It is a helpful reminder of the law of obviousness, where the…
Antony Craggs
Antony Craggs
Partner, Solicitor
TQ Delta v ZyXEL: essential reading for SEP owners

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