Christian Louboutin has won a lawsuit against four Russian companies for selling imitation Louboutin fragrances, granting the French company injunctive relief to prevent the rivals selling the products in question.
The General Court of the European Union has ruled against The Body Shop’s efforts to annul the ‘Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market’ decision to reject its application to register trademark ‘Spa Wisdom’.
Nivea may have taken steps towards trademarking the shade of blue it uses on its iconic tins after the Federal Supreme Court of Germany reversed a 2013 decision made by the Federal Patent Court meaning the battle between Beiersdorf and Unilever has reopened.
Market research firm Reuters has compiled a special report on how multinational companies can develop successful brand strategies in South Korea and how they can avoid potential pitfalls that minimise profitability, dilute brand value and erode competitive...
The European Court of Justice’s ruling last month in the case between L’Oreal and eBay concerning the sale of unauthorised goods online, is one that should be welcomed by brand owners as they strive for brand protection.
The EU Court of Justice in its ruling in favour of L’Oréal, has stated eBay could be held liable for trade mark infringements if found to have an active role in the promotion and thus sale of fake products.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that use of trademarks as key words in online advertising can result in trademark infringement under certain circumstances, although it does not stop third parties from purchasing them.
The chairman of Miss Beverly Hills Inc says that the US courts have
upheld its legal battle to branding rights for the Miss Beverly
Hills name, a brand that has been used to market cosmetics,
fragrances and spa products.