Canada-based toy company Spin Master has cracked down on online counterfeiters over the sale of fake “Paw Patrol” toys.
An association of US sports leagues has recommended that the Netherlands and Switzerland be placed on the US Trade Representative’s (USTR) watch list in its “2018 Special 301 Report”.
Airline Delta has hit a website that buys Delta-branded gift cards and gift codes (eGifts) with a trademark infringement claim.
Activewear brand Lululemon has hit a group of alleged online counterfeiters with a trademark infringement lawsuit.
Heavy metal band Iron Maiden have taken on internet counterfeiters, accusing them of infringing the ‘Iron Maiden’ trademarks.
The European Commission has revealed plans to create its very own piracy and counterfeit watch list and has launched a public consultation to solicit views.
Academic and legal professionals in internet law across the US, Canada, and Mexico have co-authored a letter urging their respective trade departments to ensure protection for internet businesses, as the North American Free Trade Agreement NAFTA is being renegotiated.
Clothing company Canada Goose is suing unnamed defendants for trademark infringement.
British brand merchandiser Global Merchandising Services has accused custom T-shirt designer SunFrog of trademark infringement, in violation of the Lanham Act.
The City of London’s Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit has urged Christmas shoppers to be on the look-out for fake goods, just days after seizing £100,000 worth of fake luxury clothing.