Technology company Apple has filed a last-minute objection to a UK trademark application for ‘TCM Big App Store’, prompting a stern warning from the applicant.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has branded Deloitte a trademark bully and accused it of “casual censorship” in a dispute with a non-profit organisation.
The parent company of luxury jeweller Cartier has said its recently filed trademark infringement lawsuit is “not about” restricting freedom of speech or legitimate activity.
Luxury jeweller Cartier has asked the English High Court to grant an injunction ordering internet service providers to block users from accessing websites allegedly selling goods that infringe its trademark.
Brand owners should use data to help them target the worst “internet hucksters”, according to a speaker at the Marques annual conference in Copenhagen.
The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit has marked its first birthday by inviting the UK’s IP minister to hear about its work.
The organisers of the Rugby World Cup 2015 have launched a campaign to prevent fans from buying unofficial tickets and merchandise.
Alibaba Group has signed a deal with a British trade body that will help members of the UK organisation protect their IP across the China e-commerce company’s sites.
A British man caught selling counterfeit One Direction, Justin Bieber and JLS merchandise has been sent to prison for one year.
US customs officials have seized goods mimicking branded goods such as Disney, BMW, Samsung and Beats by Dre.