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Trade marks

The Kluwer Trademark blog analyses the Danish Commercial and Maritime High Court decision which balances the legal interest in the family name Ørsted against the commercial interest in the name of Ørsted by ruling on the right to register and use several trade marks and domains including or consisting of ØRSTED.

Patentlyo publishes a post regarding the US Supreme Court’s decision in Iancu v. Brunetti concerning the registration as trade marks of marks that are “scandalous” or “immoral.”
So many interesting news!

The 1709 Blog publishes a post concerning the late French fashion photographer Guy Bourdin’s secret list of all the titles he had imagined for a particular photograph and the possible “droit d’auteur” on this list. 

Patentlyo deals with the Supreme Court decision to grant certiorari in the public access case of Georgia v. Inc. The case focuses on Georgia official statutory code with official annotations and copyright infringement.

The Kluwer Copyright Blog takes a look at the report of the Canadian Standing Committee on Industry, Science & Technology, released earlier this month. 


The Kluwer Patent Blog reviews decisions T-2707/16 and T-2377/17 of the EPO Boards of Appeal, regarding the contributing factors to the finding of a substantial procedural violation and the conditions to reimburse the appeal fee.
Around the blogs Around the blogs Reviewed by Antonella Gentile on Friday, June 28, 2019 Rating: 5

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