IP Ownership – Student Works and University Policies – Fair for All?
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IP Ownership – Student Works and University Policies – Fair for All?

Barring the most astute and commercially aware, many students, when signing up to a university or college course would not have given much thought as to the ownership of their intellectual property rights in the work they create during their time at university/college.  It can be argued that the majority of students are not aware…

Community Trade Marks and ‘Genuine Use’
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Community Trade Marks and ‘Genuine Use’

The General Court has recently decided on a dispute involving the interpretation of the principles of ‘genuine use’ of Community trade marks (“CTM”). The Court’s decision can be found in Case T-258/13, which involved revocation proceeding for non-use of the ARKTIS word mark brought according to Article 51(1)(a) of Regulation 207/2009. Background The Cancellation Division…