Testing the limits of VOGUE
Advanced Magazine Publishers Inc v Paul Rigo ATMO 200 (23 December 2020) Advance Magazine Publishers Inc. (“Opponent”) has failed to prevent the registration of the  trade mark VOGUE by...
Advanced Magazine Publishers Inc v Paul Rigo ATMO 200 (23 December 2020) Advance Magazine Publishers Inc. (“Opponent”) has failed...
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Battle of the IRON CHEF trade marks
Fuji Television Network Inc v Iron Chef Pizza Pty Ltd (2020) ATMO 107 (18 June 2020)  This decision concerns an opposition by Fuji Television Network Inc (“Fuji Television”) to an...
Fuji Television Network Inc v Iron Chef Pizza Pty Ltd (2020) ATMO 107 (18 June 2020)  This decision concerns an...
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Rolex S.A. successfully prevents registration of “MARINER”
This article looks at the recent decision by the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) in the Matter of a Trade Mark Application by FMTM Distribution Ltd and Opposition Thereto...
This article looks at the recent decision by the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) in the Matter of a...
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Kraft v Bega: Implications for trade mark licensing in Australia
On 14 April 2020, the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia handed down an appeal decision with important implications for trade mark licensing in Australia, and in...
On 14 April 2020, the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia handed down an appeal decision with...
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Re Hilton Worldwide Holding LLP [2020] ATMO 20
The word “TAPESTRY” has been held to not be, to any extent, inherently adapted to distinguish “arranging and conducting of live exhibitions, functions, conferences, conventions, seminars and meetings in the fields of...
The word “TAPESTRY” has been held to not be, to any extent, inherently adapted to distinguish “arranging and conducting of live...
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