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In a trademark feud that has been going on for years, the Icelandic Ministry of Foreign Affairs has won its bitter battle against the UK supermarket Iceland Foods, IP Magazine reports.
Whisky originating from Swabia in south-west Germany and not from Scotland may not be called ‘Glen Buchenbach’, the District Court of Hamburg has ruled.
The number of trademarks registered for spirits and liqueurs with the UK Intellectual Property Office (UK IPO) jumped 41% to 2,210 in 2017.
As the US, Mexico and Canada finish re-negotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), senators are urging the Trump administration to protect the use of common cheese names.
Drinks giant Coca-Cola came out victorious this month at the European Court of Justice in a trademark dispute over its iconic lettering.
In a significant escalation in the trademark dispute between Irish chain Supermac’s and global fast food brand McDonald’s, the Galway-headquartered company has filed an opposition to cancel the use of the ‘Big Mac’ trademark under certain classes, our sister publication IPM reports.