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Category Archives: Trademarks

Indian Motorcycle trademarks name for its first electric motorcycle, the EFTR – Electrek

Indian Motorcycle looks to be headed toward its first electric motorcycle based on a new trademark filed by the company. Is an electric…
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Bega Cheese wins legal stoush against US food giant Heinz over peanut butter labelling

Australian dairy processor Bega Cheese has chalked up a win in a long-running legal dispute over the use of well-known peanut butter packaging.…
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Gibson sued by Heritage Guitars over alleged trademark threats

Heritage Guitars has announced it has taken legal action against Gibson, in response to threats issued by the guitar giant over alleged trademark…
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ID X Trademarks Hint at Naming Convention for Future AWD EVs

Trademark filings uncovered by Canada’s autoTRADER.ca give us a hint as to how Volkswagen will sell its coming range of electric vehicles. The…
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Detroit sues McDonald’s franchisee for Project Green Light trademark infringement

Mayor Mike Duggan's administration is suing the owner of four McDonald's franchises in Detroit for trademark infringement for misrepresenting the fast-food restaurants as…
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Levi Strauss accuses YSL of trademark infringement

Clothing brand Levi Strauss has accused Yves Saint Laurent (YSL) of undertaking the “illegal activities” of trademark infringement and dilution, in a lawsuit…
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Dr. Dre has lost a trademark infringement case against a gynaecologist called Dr. Drai

"Dr. Dre is not a medical doctor nor is he qualified to provide any type of medical services" - who knew? Dr. Dre…
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Bentley Motors sued for trademark infringement

British company Brandlogic has filed a lawsuit in the English High Court against car manufacturer Bentley Motors, citing infringement of its trademarks for…
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The Shape of Things: Gibson sues Dean Guitars for Trademark Infringement

In May 2019, Gibson Brands, Inc. sued Armadillo Distribution Enterprises, Inc. for trademark infringement, unfair competition, and counterfeiting.[1] Armadillo may not be a…
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Chooseco Sues Netflix, Alleging ‘Bandersnatch’ Trademark Infringement

Netflix has scored big with its interactive feature Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. But on January 11, Vermont-based indie publisher Chooseco LLC, publisher of the…
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