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Updated: Apr 3


In this blog we deal with recent developments concerning trademarks, copyright and other laws that have a direct impact on branding and marketing. I have written numerous case comments concerning the leading decisions as well as other short articles.

A brief index of the material follows:


TRADEMARKS


Registrable




Entitlement


Applications


Registration


Assignment and Licenses




Infringement

The Importance of the Use of Colour in a Trademark When Not to Seek a Summary Trial! When are Directors and Officers Liable for Infringement? Confusion and Chinese Characters Consider Summary Judgement or Trial in the Federal Court Protecting the Lindt Bunny Concurrent Jurisdiction for Patent Infringement Actions Counterfeiters Beware! Taking Unfair Advantage of the RED BULL Trademark Targeting & the part it plays in establishing jurisdiction in cases involving the use of trademarks What is Indirect Confusion? ​​A Difficult Product Launch Jurisdiction and Trademark Infringement on the Internet Comparative Advertising and Section 22 of the Trademarks Act Word Games Be Careful When Presenting Evidence In A Trademark Opposition! Targeting and the Long Arm of the U.K. Courts Internet Survey Ruled Inadmissible


Overview


Passing Off


Domain Names and the Internet


Copyright


Industrial Design


Misleading Advertising

If you have questions, please contact me at mckeown@gsnh.com.


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This index and the articles referred to are of a general nature and not intended to provide legal advice as individual situations will differ and should be discussed with a lawyer.

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