With the complexity of digital threats increasing, knowing how other parties are infringing on your trademark and taking action to enforce your rights is critical for maintaining your brand’s integrity. Brands are weakened by trademark infringement. A trademark watching service
Following a survey of trademark counsel earlier this year, World Trademark Review awarded CSC its top accolade for trademark searching and watching services. The respected journal’s feature on its research also makes compelling reading for anyone in the industry.
Corporation Service Company® (CSC®) has been recognized as the world’s pre-eminent trademark searching and watching service organization, topping a survey conducted by leading industry publication World Trademark Review. Through its “Watching the Watchers” survey, World Trademark Review polled nearly 700
DC Comics has won its trademark dispute with a fitness firm over the use of the term “Superman”. The comic books company holds the rights to the Superman name and has subsequently successfully appealed in the Federal Court against the
Video game company Sega has registered a trademark for a new title in Europe called Sonic Lost Worlds – indicating a new Sonic the Hedgehog game will be emerging in the future. Indeed, the company has now announced a new
Welsh footballer Gareth Bale has filed a trademark application for his goal celebration in order to print it on a range of new merchandise. The player, who is currently employed by Tottenham Hotspur in England, celebrates scoring a goal by
A judge has ruled Facebook must go to court over a trademark infringement lawsuit over its ‘timeline’ feature. Since Facebook failed to show the trademark was generic or descriptive the case will now be taken to court before a jury.
Cloud service provider PO Box Hosting attempted to register the trademark for the word python in Europe last year and was met with resistance from the Python Software Foundation (PSF). The PSF believes that the Python language used by programmers
Mexico has joined the international trademark system, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has confirmed. The nation becomes the 89th worldwide to sign up to the Madrid System for the International Registration of Marks and the treaty will enter into
Frank Zappa’s family trust has failed in its bid to prevent a German music festival from using the title ‘Zappanale’. The country’s top civil court ruled that the trademark ‘Zappa’, filed by the US-based trust in Europe, no longer applies