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  • Legitimate interests, good faith and taking notice of the dot
    In this article for Intellectual Property Magazine, Julius Stobbs and Lewis Whiting comment on the decsion in the UDRP complaint handled by Stobbs for Tesco Stores regarding the domain "tes.co".
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    What now for UK colour trademark law?
    In this article for Intellectual Property Magazine, Julius Stobbs and Savan Bains look at the impact of the recent UK Court of Appeal decision in the "Cadbury colour purple" case.
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    Stobbs appointed by Macmillan
    We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the contract to handle the worldwide trade mark portfolio of Macmillan Publishers Limited.
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    Domain disputes in the Media & Entertainment sector
    In this review for the ITMA Review, Chris Hawkes looks at three Dispute Resolution Service complaints brought by brand owners in the Media & Entertainment ("M&E") sector demonstrating ways in which M&E brands may be targeted, and how a DRS can be used to counter any attempts by c...
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    WAPPLE marks fall far from the tree
    In this report for the ITMA Review, Geoff Weller looks at the recent UK Appointed Person case in respect of an opposition by Apple to applications for WAPPLE.
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    New UK Fast Track oppositions
    The UKIPO has introduced a new fast track trade mark opposition procedure which aims to provide a faster, cheaper and less complicated opposition option.
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    Stobbs appointed by Nike
    We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the contract to handle the European Community trade mark portfolio of Nike, Inc.
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    Stobbs appointed by Mothercare
    We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the contract to handle the worldwide trade mark portfolio of Mothercare UK Limited.
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    Unite marks cause for discord
    In this report for the ITMA Review, Chris Hawkes looks at the recent UK Appointed Person case in respect of an opposition to applications by Unite the Union that has particularly interesting findings in relation to tarnishment.
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    How high is the bar for co-existence?
    In this report for the ITMA Review Louise Goodsell looks at the recent Court of Justice decision in the ASTALOY case reminding practitioners that the bar for proving that two marks coexist on the market in an attempt to support that there is no likelihood of confusion (in the context of an opposi...
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