Cravath, Swaine & Moore has scored a coup for its intellectual property group with the hire of the former director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, David Kappos. The
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The Intellectual Property (IP) office is planning to separate its trademark registry division out of the division which currently deals with patents, trademarks and designs.
The European Court of Justice has sided with Google in a case concerning trademarks and AdWords. The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that Google is entitled to sell search ads for trademarked terms even if
Starting this saturday, Facebook will allow its users to choose any "username". Lawyers advise trademark owners to register their trademarks with Facebook to prevent cybersquatting.
The Jones Day law firm is suing an Internet site for mentioning the firm without permisson -- a case that rankles First Amendment experts and challenges an underpinning of the World Wide Web. The Cleveland-based firm
Bakers has come under fire during the past week for its aggressive pursuit of Richard Saville-Smith, who claims he and his wife bought the narnia.mobi domain name as a present for their 11-year-old son. But Bakers
Legal chiefs at some of the UK's leading brands convened a crisis meeting last week to look at the legality of Google's revamped keywords policy, which they believe infringes their trademarks. Google's policy that