We are back from a little summer hiatus. Today we are bringing you a potential patent infringement by TikTok, theft of confidential information in the fashion industry, potential patent infringement by Apple, Apple going after the PrePear trade mark because of the pear shaped logo, Dior failing to block "pretty savage" registration in the UK and copyright infringement in the adult entertainment industry.
Does the Apple Watch include infringing patents? Tiffany protecting its trade mark assets. Losing a trade mark due to lack of use, the case of Camy. Protecting lace patterns. Copyright infringement from Ariana Grande? And the fight against patent trolls.
Enjoy a short article highlighting the relevant IPRs applicable to the videogame industry
Versace has had enough, Drake tries to register THC sign and implications of piracy for infringers and BMW's hybrid patent infringement
This week another CR infringement claim within the music industry, Shiseido acquiring Drunk Elephant and its legal battle with L'Oreal, the story of Gucci's horsebit in Italy and a big fine for an illegal Spanish content provider.
Nintendo is continuing its fight against piracy, we have new members of international treaties, Banksy has to save its trademark from non-use and Nike and Skechers are in a face off regarding shoe designs
Trademark battles, music industry raging and the return of the scrunchies
On today's weekly news a bit of everything: IPEurope's recommendation on how to boost IP, Canada's full implementation of the Patent Law Treaty, YouTube's reviewing its ContentID system and Hello Kitty's troubles with DG Competition.