Implications of Chanel v. WGACA for luxury resale market

Implications of Chanel v. WGACA for luxury resale market

Published For over 114 years, the Chanel fashion house has produced immediately recognizable high-fashion apparel and accessories synonymous with elegance and luxury for the international market.  With prices for some of its handbags regularly exceeding the USD...
Aldi finds itself in the cold over frozen cheesecake

Aldi finds itself in the cold over frozen cheesecake

Published The UK-based company, Pleese, has accused Aldi of copying its product and infringing on its intellectual property (IP) rights. The product at the center of the claim is ‘Freezecakes’ which is a scoopable frozen cheesecake in a tub made from 40%...
New CITMA President elected

New CITMA President elected

Published Kelly Saliger has been elected as President of The Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (CITMA) and will make education one of her top priorities. Saliger, who is a dual-qualified Chartered Trade Mark Attorney and Solicitor, began her two-year term in...
Tencent publishes 2023 Weixin Brand Protection Platform (BPP) Report

Tencent publishes 2023 Weixin Brand Protection Platform (BPP) Report

Published The Weixin Brand Protection Platform Report outlines enhancements and recent actions to strengthen its BPP Program, helping further protect intellectual property rights on Weixin.  SHENZHEN, April 17, 2024 – Tencent today released its 2023 Weixin Brand...
From fairways to copyright claims: understanding the BIRDIE Act

From fairways to copyright claims: understanding the BIRDIE Act

Published At least one piece of legislation before Congress has bipartisan support: the BIRDIE Act. The BIRDIE Act has nothing to do with birds and everything to do with golf. While BIRDIE stands for Bolstering Intellectual Rights against Digital Infringement...
Delhi High Court cancels trademark registration of DOLMA AUNTY MOMOS

Delhi High Court cancels trademark registration of DOLMA AUNTY MOMOS

Published In a recent landmark decision, the Delhi High Court has canceled the registration of the trademark DOLMA AUNTY MOMOS, previously held by Mohd. Akram Khan, a resident of Uttar Pradesh, India. The ruling came after Dolma Tsering, the owner of the renowned...

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