Never too Late: If you missed the IPKat last week!

If you missed last week's posts, it's not too late to catch up.

A Kat waiting for the next IP case.


This Kat reflected on a judgment issued by the Tribunal Judiciaire of Paris on 31 March 2023 which concerned a claim of copyright infringement in a typeface.
Anastasiia Kyrylenko analysed a decision issued by the French Cour de cassation on 8 March 2023. The Court held that a musical box infringed of an author’s moral rights.

Trade marks

Marcel Pemsel commented on the judgment in T-794/21, Wenz Kunststoff v EUIPO - Mouldpro (MOULDPRO) issued by the General Court on 26 April 2023. This case shows that the literal meaning of a term can be misleading, and that the correct classification of goods and services is essential.

Anna Maria Stein gave some thoughts on the General Court decision in T‑2/21, which held that “EMMENTALER” cannot be registered as an EUTM.


Hayleigh Bosher gave some thoughts on the new patent service of the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO).

Anna Maria Stein reported that Milan will be the third seat of the Central Division of the Unified Patent Court.


Benjamin Goh commented on the decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union in C‑628/21. The Court held that, to advance a request for information under Article 8 of the Enforcement Directive, the requesting party must provide reasonably available evidence to allow a court to satisfy itself that the requesting party is in fact the holder of the IP right that is allegedly infringed.
Hayleigh Bosher reviewed the book entitled “Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Cultural Heritage” and edited by Irini Stamatoudi.

Oprah Nwobike reflected on the impact of AI on the creative industries.

Anastasiia Kyrylenko reviewed the book “Overlapping Intellectual Property rights”, edited by Neil Wilkof, Shamnad Basheer, and Irene Calboli.

Never too Late: If you missed the IPKat last week! Never too Late: If you missed the IPKat last week! Reviewed by Kevin Bercimuelle-Chamot on Wednesday, May 31, 2023 Rating: 5

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