Case studies: Why you should trademark your name
Our overseas client, a Greek manufacturer of confectionery products, terminated their UK agent only to find that the UK agent had registered their trademark in the UK. We negotiated a transfer of the mark back to our client for nil cost.
We prevented a business in France from stealing and continuing to use our client’s web domain name and website copy, obtained undertakings from the infringers against future use and obtained payment of our client’s legal costs. Trademark registration of our client's name and brand was a key part of this strategy.
Daily trademark news updates
THE government of Iceland has reacted angrily after a British supermarket chain of the same name registered the word “Ic [Read more]
At issue is that Bahnhof has for some time operated a website, Spridningskollen.org, and has applied for a trademark reg [Read more]
Think about it: This list defines the scope of your registered rights in a mark. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (U [Read more]
But the author of the letter claimed that “Taco Tuesday” was a federally registered trademark that belonged to Taco John [Read more]
Guizhou Moutai Town Guowei Alcohols (Group) Co., Ltd. ("Guowei") registered the trademark "JI GONG FANG i [Read more]
Iceland Foods has a trademark registration for the word in the European Union, and the potential lawsuit would demand it [Read more]