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Five Key Takeaways From ICANN 50 in London

The 50th Meeting of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) took place in London from June 22–26. This marked the first time that an ICANN meeting has been held in London, and also resulted in the largest attendance record for an ICANN meeting, with more than 3,300 individuals registered in attendance. 1,518 more words

Intellectual Property

Spirits and Wine Brands, Survey 2014

The Power 100 is an annual research study produced by one of the world’s leading independent brand valuation and strategy consultancy. The study monitors the power of the world’s leading spirits and wine brands since nine years. 443 more words

Trademark Law

The difference between 'admission' and 'disclaimer' in Trademarks.

An admission is normally required where a word that is required for use in the trade by other traders has been miss-spelt in a trade mark, eg “xpert” as opposed to “expert”. 68 more words

Business Musings, Facts And Tips

Glamour vs. Glamour Tudor

The European General Court (EGC) decided that the trademark “GLAMOUR” cannot be registered as Community Trademark because there is likelihood of confusion to the older trademark “TUDOR GLAMOUR” ( 439 more words

Trademark Law

Can we disc-uss this?

Let’s talk about this treatment of the trademark Frisbee on Yahoo! Sports:

It’s a trademark! It gets a capital letter!

Yahoo!

U.S. Trademark Office Fee Reductions in the Works

Its surprising to think that any government agency would actually have its fiscal act together.  And its even more surprising when said government agency decides to reduce its fees because it has an ‘operating reserve.’  But that’s exactly what the United States Trademark Office has promised to do. 343 more words

USPTO

Naming your new business baby - take special care!

So, here you are, contemplating your fledgling business and feeling slightly overwhelmed by the enormity of it all…

You get advice from everywhere – the interwebs, your friends, your bookkeeper, the taxi driver, your dog. 651 more words

Business Musings, Facts And Tips