Trademark Infringement


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Trademark Infringement

 

in bourgeois law, a firm’s use on its trademark of markings found on popular goods of other firms for the purpose of unfair competition and of misleading buyers.

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The Intellectual Property Protection section in Dubai Economy also resolved 186 cases relating to trademark infringement in the first half.
Commercial agencies brought forth 16 cases of trademark infringement in the first six months of 2019, which also marked a 33 percent increase over the same period in 2018.
In his opinion, Blakey wrote the federal Lanham Act allows parties to assert claims of trademark infringement of unregistered marks.
Section 1125(a), and common law unfair competition and trademark infringement for kaleo's use of Adamis' SYMJEPI trademark.
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The High Court of Delhi ruled last month that ASUS no longer has the right to use its renowned Zenfone brand name in India due to an alleged trademark infringement request made by Indian mobile phone producer Telecare Network.
A trademark infringement case between two well-known brands was recently decided in federal court in Detroit.
She will face a trademark infringement case for violating Republic Act 8293.
As aforementioned, the Trademarks Law, including its provisions on trademark infringement, is applicable in the Kurdistan region.
Plaintiff is likely to succeed on the merits of all four of its claims: (a) trademark counterfeiting, (b) trademark infringement, (c) trademark dilution, and (d) false designation of origin.
The CCP's inquiry confirmed trademark infringement. The inquiry also found that
Summary: Dubai-based cryptocurrency company Alibabacoin Foundation has reportedly rejected the allegations of trademark infringement brought against it by the giant Chinese online retailer Alibaba Group Holding, according to Reuters.