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Interflora re-visited: Re-trial ordered in long-running dispute

In the latest chapter in the long-running keyword advertising dispute between Interflora and Marks & Spencer, the Court of Appeal has allowed M&S’s appeal against the Judgment of Arnold J in May 2013.
17 November 2014

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Moroccanoil's passing-off claim against Aldi fails in lookalike product case

Dickerson and Shaw have co-authored an article in World Trademark Review Daily following Moroccanoil's passing-off claim against Aldi. For further information, see http://www.worldtrademarkreview.com
13 November 2014

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High Court opens up blocking injunction remedial avenue for trade mark owners

What are the circumstances in which internet service providers can be made to block access to websites selling counterfeit goods? Arnold J has provided some answers in his judgment in a recent case.
04 November 2014

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Specsavers v Asda: use of Shaded logo is genuine use of Wordless logo

In the ongoing Asda case, the Court of Appeal overturned the revocation of Specsavers’ Wordless logo mark, ruling that the use of its Shaded logo mark amounts to genuine use of its Wordless logo mark.
22 October 2014

Designs for retail store layouts may be capable of trade mark registration in Europe

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled that it may be possible for a retail store layout to be registered as a trade mark.
14 July 2014

Groundless threats reforms

The Law Commission's final report on its proposals for reform in the area of groundless threats concludes that protection should be retained, but reformed.
23 May 2014

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Electronic databases and liens

In the recent case of Your Response Ltd v Datateam Business Media Ltd the Court of Appeal held that it was not possible to exercise a lien over an electronic database.
31 March 2014

Strained relations in the UK yoghurt market

According to the Court of Appeal, a substantial proportion of the public believes that Greek yoghurt comes from Greece so yoghurt made elsewhere should consequently not be labelled 'Greek'.
03 February 2014

Patent Update: Virgin Atlantic and Zodiac Seating in Court again

The Court of Appeal judgment in Virgin Atlantic Airways v Zodiac Seats (Ltd) and others marked another decision in this long-running patent dispute. 
30 January 2014

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Quaystone newsletter ; February 2014

This month our Construction and Engineering newsletter focuses on intellectual property issues in construction.
28 January 2014

Can Google use your search history to market to you?

The English Court has decided to rule on whether Google should be allowed to identify what we might want to buy (and advertise at us) by watching the things we search for.
27 January 2014

Sued for criticising a competitor’s products – malicious falsehood

Is comparative advertising worth the potential downsides?
02 December 2013
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