Trademark Litigation

Innovation in motion: Transforming how dynamic trademarks are reported

“What you see is what you get.” That’s how the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) describes a recent change in the filing requirements for trademark designs featuring motion, multimedia elements, holograms or 3D elements. “What you see is what you get” also describes a new way CompuMark delivers search and watch results for such […]

No such thing as a free launch

No Such Thing as a Free Launch Whatever did we do without Google? These days we love “googling;” it’s how we research our lives. But sometimes we love it so much that we don’t recognize its shortcomings. For example, late last year a tech website featured tips on naming start-ups. It advised budding entrepreneurs to […]

Trademark lawsuit filings the height of fashion

The latest report by legal analytics firm, Lex Machina, has revealed that fashion brands rank high on a list of companies who are consistently monitoring unauthorised uses of their names and logos. The fashion press say that Lex Machina’s annual trademark litigation year in review report, which analysed the U.S. district court filings from January […]