Around the IP blogs

Another week approaching its end means another Around the IP blogs feature!


In Pirate streaming in New Zealand of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, The 1709 Blog discusses the right of communication in New Zealand.

Trade marks

The Kluwer Trademark Blog reports on the Argentina's latest changes in trade marks and a recent decision of the French Supreme Court which found that complementarity between products and services is relevant to a finding of likelihood of confusion.

IPWatchdog hosts a post analyzing the stricter rules for acquiring and maintaining trade mark registration implemented by the USPTO.

Stricter rules?

PatentlyO takes a look at a few cases: Infinity Headwear & Apparel, Docket No. 18-01998 (Fed. Cir. 2019),  Peter v. NantKwest, Inc., No. 18-801 (Supreme Court 2019) and BTG Int’l. Ltd. v. Amneal Pharms. LLC (Fed. Cir. 2019).
IPR Carousel

The Kluwer Trademark Blog publishes two posts about Uruguay: Uruguay: Trade Dress recognized for the first time in Usd 500,000 damages awards and ISPs forced to block illegal streaming website in Uruguay.
Around the IP blogs Around the IP blogs Reviewed by Antonella Gentile on Sunday, May 19, 2019 Rating: 5

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