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International IP: Victoria’s Secret Loses “Pink” Trademark Case in UK

A judge in the United Kingdom ruled that Victoria’s Secret’s “Pink” brand infringed the trademark rights of Thomas Pink Ltd.

Thomas Pink, a subsidiary of LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton, has been selling high-end clothing under the “Pink” brand since 1984. 579 more words

Intellectual Property

IP and Business Presentation in Vancouver, B.C.

Wanted to let you all know that my colleague Rachel Buker (blogger for Art and Artifice) and I will be giving a free lunch-time presentation on IP and business legal issues Canadian entrepreneurs, start-ups and other businesses may face as they enter the U.S. 49 more words

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GPTO: Annual Report 2013

The world’s fifth largest national Patent and Trademark Office (GPTO) contributes greatly to the protection of technical and industrial innovations in Germany. This protection is of upmost importance for companies. 427 more words

Intellectual Property

Trademark Registration: USPTO Looks Into "Proof of Use"

According to intellectual property law, a trademark owner is required to regularly provide evidence of the “use of the mark” in connection with a bona fide offering for sale of goods or services. 697 more words

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Small Biz Alert! Protecting Intellectual Property: Patents 101

Story provided by Black Enterprise – 

If you are a small business owner or thinking about launching a Start-up and worried about protecting your intellectual property, you should be. 1,080 more words


Trademark Registration: Razorbacks Trademark the Hog Call

The US Patent and Trademark Office granted registration of the “sensory mark” for the Hog Call to the Board of Trustees of the University of Arkansas. 550 more words