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Mother Teresa’s Blue and White Striped Sari is now a Registered Trade Mark

The famous blue and white striped pattern on Mother Teresa’s sari has now been registered as a trade mark at the government of India’s Trade Marks Registry.  134 more words

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New Zealand Cereal Trade Mark Debate - Weet-Bix vs Weetabix

A dispute recently arose over the popular cereal brands Weet-bix (New Zealand cereal brand) and Weetabix (English equivalent cereal brand) after a shipment of 360 boxes of Weetabix was held in New Zealand customs at The Sanitarium Health & Wellbeing Company’s request that were destined for Christchurch based… 232 more words

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Cobretti Engineering and More lies.

God this guy Busbridge as I’ve said ad infinitum is “The Worlds Biggest Liar” and just now Ive seen yet another of his monumental lies. 233 more words

BMW Trade Marks Successfully Defended at UK Court of Appeal

The UK Court of Appeal recently ruled that an independent garage (Technosport London Limited) providing repair and maintenance services for BMW vehicles infringed on BMW’s trade marks (the BMW word mark, the BMW “roundel” and the “M logo”) by suggesting an alliance to the BMW brand through their advertising and online activity.  204 more words

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How Wimbledon secured their colour mark

In a first for IPcopy, we have a podcast for you today!

Zane Shihab,  partner at Kerman & Co LLP, and Manuela Macchi, partner at Keltie LLP, speak to LawInSport CEO, … 38 more words

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John McAfee Settles Trade Mark Dispute with Intel over use of McAfee Name

John McAfee, creator of the McAfee antivirus company, recently settled a trade mark dispute with US based multinational technology company Intel Corporation.

The dispute started last year after John McAfee brought a trade mark case against Intel Corporation over the right to use his name.  136 more words

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US Court Awards Bob Marley’s Estate $2.4 Million in Trade Mark Decision

In a case concerning a co-promotion agreement and the winding down of use of third party content before that agreement terminates, a US court recently ruled against Jammin Java (a California-based coffee company founded by one of Bob Marley’s sons) for trade mark infringement. 139 more words

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